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comment What happened to dconf/Nautilus “show-advanced-permissions” in 13.04?
A functional problem with not having "advanced permissions" view is that there is no GUI way of giving only the file Owner Execute-capability. Without the "advanced permissions" view, setting Execute on a file necessarily means giving Execute-power to 1)Owner, 2)Group, and 3)Others--something that is not only frustrating but also a security risk. With "advanced permissions" view, Execute can be assigned to only the 1)Owner.