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revised variable assignment syntax error in python in ubuntu 12.04
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revised What is the command to open a specific directory in a new tab in nautilus?
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comment Launching a .sh file from a .launch file
Hi Gijs, try adding a line to the .desktop file: Terminal=true possibly you'll need to edit the terminal preferences to keep it open after the command ran. Let me know!
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comment What is the command to open a specific directory in a new tab in nautilus?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
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comment What is the command to open a specific directory in a new tab in nautilus?
@muru, well, not in a controlled directory anyway (and not in ~/Downloads)
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comment What is the command to open a specific directory in a new tab in nautilus?
@muru Differently indeed: My goal is to have an icon on my dock (plank) that opens the map ~/Downloads in a new tab in Nautilus. That is: opening a tab in a specific directory
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comment What is the command to open a specific directory in a new tab in nautilus?
@muru I agree the answer there could possibly cover this one, but it doesn't as far as I can see (tried). The question however does not, and opening a specific directory requires a more extensive number of steps. I think the supposed dupe is fit for a more limited number of situations; while leaving out a number of lines here will cover the supposed dupe question (will post here if I get home).
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revised What is the command to open a specific directory in a new tab in nautilus?
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comment What is the command to open a specific directory in a new tab in nautilus?
@n0noob and other voters (@muru?): There is a subtle difference: the supposed dupe asks for opening new directories anyway, not about opening a specific directory in a new tab. The answer there offers to do that, (although dupes are about questions), but moreover, I couldn't get it working there.
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comment What is the command to open a specific directory in a new tab in nautilus?
@muru, ah sure, thanks for the edit.
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answered What is the command to open a specific directory in a new tab in nautilus?
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comment Put external monitor on the left
@Muctadir ?? The work is already done, you job is to push two buttons.
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comment How do I permanently change window titles?
@MaudKon You must have edited the settings file, and unintenionally added one or more whitelines, probably at the end. I "immunized" the script for that. You can use as many whitelines as you like now :)
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revised How do I permanently change window titles?
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comment Different 'Desktop' Icons in Ubuntu per workspace
Please leave a comment if you are having difficulties in setting up.
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comment What is the command to open a specific directory in a new tab in nautilus?
nautilus does not support opening a directory in a new tab from command line, only in a new window. It can be faked however, but what is the error it gives? (could you @ping me if you addres a comment to me, or anyone else? Otherwise I'd have to keep all posts opened :) )
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