This is quicker and easier than either Nautilus Burner or Brasero, because it takes less clicking; I just drag the image onto the launcher, and it burns it and ejects it.
on 06/09/2009 – Made popular on 06/09/2009
I want to drag a file from Nautilus to Brasero in Ubuntu 12.04 when both windows are open.
The only way to do it that I know currently is to maximize Brasero and left the Nautilus open (but not minimized) and so I can drag the file to the window that it is below, but I wonder if there is a more quick way to do it.
I am able to drag Image but when I drag image my image size keep changing. Image size is not fixed. please let me know where I am wrong. When I drag image it keeps changing size of perticular image. There something about layout params but I am not able to fix it.
In my app I have a screen with grid view, where I displayed photos, in 2 columns.
I want to add possibility to reorder photos by drag end drop.
I have android 4.0, and I used android native drag and drop:
Can anyone tell me the way how to drag a image form gallery view and drop that in a grid view in android. Is that possible. My requirement is, I have an image and I break them in to some pieces, by using custom adapter place all those images in a gallery view, now drag those images in the galley drop that on the grid view on the same screen. Below image can give clear picture to you.
Today I was trying to drag some images from Nautilus which was maximized to a minimized Inkscape so I could work with them. My intuitive way was to drag the images to the Inkscape launcher icon and this would maximized Inkscape so I could drop the images there. Similar to how old gnome worked when dragging a content to one of the windows that showed in the upper panel.