For those of us who miss the KDE way of renaming files/folders in Dolphin, the developer has announced an option to re-enable this will be released in 4.9.2. Good news!
psathiya1987 wrote:1) When I download *.zip, *.rar files, . I can view them via terminal but those files are not viewable(hidden) in the dolphin file manager. Even when I enable the hidden files option, cannot see them. I close the file manager and reopen the folder again, no luck. The only way I see the files is move the files to another folder through terminal. Then I can see them.
Hello,it's an old problem, I know ! But for me it's important someone simply can share a folder in my local network with also ms-machines in it (otherwise I would use nfs). Renaming the smb.conf.default to smb.conf and creating a smbshare-group with the accepted users seems to be not enought. Then I followed this description: http://chakra-linux.org/bbs/viewtopic.php?id=9557.
I am new member in your forum. It' s nice to see you!
Well, i have a serious problem with Dolphin. I am greek and i have folders with titles with greek letters. Dolphin shows them very well, but i have problem when i try to open files inside of this folders (with greek letters in their title) or when i try to open files with greek letters in their titles in general.
How can files residing on NTFS partition be made accessible from a program (other than Dolphin) on Kubuntu side?
I can see all my win drives from Dolphin and also access any file on any win drive from Dolphin, which I understand would mean that they are mounted. However, while I'm in Qt none of the NTFS folders are available, only drives and folders created by Kubuntu.
Find no longer works in Dolphin for me. I see "baloosearch - / -- Dolphin" in the title bar while using it.
After an earlier update the Dolphin Find would turn up files and folders without the word I searched for in the results. Now with the current updates and a reboot, nothing shows up in searches. Even if I search for the exact file name of a file in the current directory.