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How to hide (in Thunar and Nautilus) a directory without putting a dot in its name?
Usually Linux programs store user's settings in ~/.* directories. But unfortunately some developers (of some applications I need) do not follow this rule and don't start their settings storage folders ...
Dec 22 '10 at 2:18
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