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Oct
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comment How to create a new blank file in Nautilus 3.6 and above?
Even if I have found the answer, it sounds like an interesting idea for those who want a keyboard shortcut !
Oct
30
answered How to create a new blank file in Nautilus 3.6 and above?
Oct
29
awarded  Student
Oct
29
comment How to create a new blank file in Nautilus 3.6 and above?
I use gnome-shell, I must say I'm quite satisfied with it. I had to learn how to use it, but I'm very efficient now (the Desktop Scroller extension helps switching workspaces quickly).
Oct
29
comment How to create a new blank file in Nautilus 3.6 and above?
That's a great idea ! But since I always have nautilus opened at this location, I could use nautilus-open-terminal to jump to the right location. But I would never have thought of it, I keep it in mind !
Oct
29
comment How to create a new blank file in Nautilus 3.6 and above?
I'm currently learning how to code, would be a lot of fun and an interesting task for me to contribute to a free software ! But I must say I'm overwhelmed for now. I studied math in the past, I teached for two years, and I'm going back to the university directly in the second year of a computer science master... Well, it's tough !
Oct
29
comment How to create a new blank file in Nautilus 3.6 and above?
I have a very complex folder organization which makes finding my current folder painful. For example, let's say I want to write a new LaTeX report at "~/Documents/University/Master/CourseX/ProjectY/Report/". I'll have to open Latexila/gedit, create a new file, select this folder after going through every parent folder and save it... Before I use to create my "Report" folder, a new blank file, rename it with .tex extension and that was it.
Oct
29
comment How to create a new blank file in Nautilus 3.6 and above?
Normal users don't need this feature, they could even be mistaken ("Hey, I want to create a new .doc file, why not creating a blank new text file ?"). I can understand it, but I need it : it was a very convenient way to create a new source code file at the right project location.
Oct
29
comment How to create a new blank file in Nautilus 3.6 and above?
As I wrote below, what I want to do is not to lose time while looking for the folder I'm working in. I could use a terminal but I still have to change directory (using cd). I could use gedit, but I will have to go manually to the folder where I want to create my new file.
Oct
29
comment How to create a new blank file in Nautilus 3.6 and above?
Thanks, I didn't know this command. But I still have to open a terminal at the desired location (ok nautilus-open-terminal can help me for that purpose). What I want to do is not to lose time to look for the folder I'm working in !
Oct
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asked How to create a new blank file in Nautilus 3.6 and above?
Oct
27
comment Set default page zoom level in Epiphany web browser
Sorry but Ctrl+ produces a page zoom, not a text zoom. My issue is that I don't want to do it for every website I see, so I need a way to tell epiphany That I want every page to be 120 % larger for example. epiphany-fullzoom extension seems to have never started, files are almost empty. Thank you for your answer anyway !
Oct
27
asked Set default page zoom level in Epiphany web browser
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awarded  Organizer
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revised No recent files in GNOME Shell
"search" tag added
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suggested suggested edit on No recent files in GNOME Shell
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awarded  Teacher
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answered No recent files in GNOME Shell