>> It's also a very important configurability feature being able to disable desktop icons
> You mean it is very important for you, right? :-)
well, i'm not that selfish! ;-) - i think lots of more people likes
not having icons on the desktop - and for me it were a last resort for
hiding the 'My Documents' icon when it's still pointing at '~/'
instead of '~/Documents/' - just because of this, i replaced pcmanfm
with nautilus (and i needed to rename /usr/bin/pcmanfm to
/usr/bin/_pcmanfm for avoiding it in the processes), and i hope
replace back when this can get fixed - i hope i could help on the
source code, but since i'm still not good in C language, i don't know
where in the code is this, and how to submit the code patch.
And about icons on the desktop, i'm curious on seeing this feature
implemented - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPM7MLz7JeA - as
everywhere i suggested it, i only saw it implemented on ReactOS...
>> i hope the 'My Documents' folder name were defaultly renamed to 'Home', since it provides a huge confusion
> I'm not quite sure but isn't it possible it is an XDG thing and you can change it under ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs?
i'm seeing it now, i didn't know this configuration file - does is it
exclusive to PCManFM, or shared with? There is a '
XDG_DOCUMENTS_DIR="$HOME/Documents" ' anyway, and i think '
XDG_DOWNLOAD_DIR="$HOME/Desktop" ' should point to '~/Downloads/'
thanks about sharing all this information! =)
On 11/25/08, six@... <six@...> wrote:
> PCMan wrote:
>> This is still highly experimental, but quite interesting.
>> It handles files (copy, move, remove...) with GNU coreutils installed
>> on your system.
> I'm sorry but I'm a bit confused - what is your intention with this "fork"?
> Does it mean you cannot guarantee correct file operations without
> Or you simply do not want to tackle with this and the file handling will be
> out of PCManFM and only coreutils will be used? Seems a bit odd to me. Can
> explain it, please?
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