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It seems like after updating to Oneiric, the order of Nautilus' sidebar has changed so that the least used group of bookmarks (Devices) is at the top while the most used (Computer) is at the bottom.

Is this normal or did something get botched in my setup? Can I change it? Thanks!

Image here of my current, poorly arranged sidebar here:

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It's normal. So the real question is how to change it. –  Amanda Jan 30 '12 at 1:43
    
And, it seems to be meant to make it all more Mac-like: tiagoboldt.net/blog/sidebar-categories-in-nautilus/… –  Amanda Jan 30 '12 at 1:50
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I managed to re-order the sidebar, but only by editing the source of Nautilus and re-compiling the package.

For reference, I recorded some notes and a diff.

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Hey that's awesome. I'd like to have my bookmarks at the top. Do you think that procedure is the same if I just change the version numbers to 3.6.3? –  faB Apr 26 '13 at 22:20
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