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How can I reorder the Nautilus context menu?

When I right-click on an archive the top item is "Open with Archive Manager" but way down the bottom is "Extract Here".

I would like to put the "Extract Here" item next to the "Open with Archive Manager" item.

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marked as duplicate by Tim, Jorge Castro, nux, muru, Radu Rădeanu Aug 14 at 0:05

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Maybe a screenshot would make this even clearer. I like this type of usability question. –  don.joey Jul 3 at 9:27
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There is question related it. But now /usr/share/nautilus/ui/nautilus-directory-view-ui.xml it is not available. –  Pandya Jul 3 at 10:07
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Based on this answer -the file/usr/share/nautilus/ui/nautilus-directory-view-ui.xml is now compiled in for speeed. So you will to make the changes to the source code of nautilus and recompile. –  jhilmer Jul 23 at 17:58
    

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This is the best thing i found so far to help:

How to customize the context menu in Nautilus?

So what this post explains is using the Nautilus-Actions tool from the Ubuntu Software Center and has you go through the steps to create a custom menu on the right click context menu. So with this knowledge you can possibly find a way to apply it to the Re-order within some configuration files you find along the way of the tutorial.

Build your own scripts and such. Although you might want to make a backup of whatever it suggests to make changes to.

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While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. –  Tim Aug 12 at 14:38
    
The link provides the answer and it has listed instructions to fix the problem in question. And if the link does change, all you have to do is look up the original http and type it into Google and look up a cached version of the page. Plus you cannot hold a users hand every step of the way because people do need to experience new things and learn,because life is a learning adventure. Please stop posting revising my answers throughout askubuntu because it seems like you like to revise every single one of my answers. –  TheUserofknowledge Aug 12 at 14:46
    
I politely asked you to include the details. Now I am firmly asking you, include the details in the answer. Link rot exists, and here at AU we include the details. We don't like relying on other sites. –  Tim Aug 12 at 14:48
    
I am firmly telling you the funny thing is you did not even click on the site which is in my answer. Would you like to do so? Because I am pretty sure its Askubuntu.com not another site. And thanks for the one down I really appreciate it. Ignorance is what gets people into trouble. –  TheUserofknowledge Aug 12 at 14:57
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I was not in breach of policy because i just read the policy and it said as long as I have some context such as what I stated in the original answer "Build your own scripts and such" I am just fine, but making a big deal over it just makes everyone unhappy. askubuntu.com/help/how-to-answer –  TheUserofknowledge Aug 12 at 15:14

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