After one of the recent upgrades of my Debian Testing the default file manager in KDE switched from Dolphin to Konqueror for some reason. How can I switch it back?
Spare a thought for old time stalwarts like Konqueror. Many great features have been stripped out but it's still a a great file manager (and a decent browser) even if Dolphin has been promoted as the default file manager of the KDE desktop. Back in the day, Konqueror was able to handle lots of media without having to open a separate application.
The concept of the right-click context menu has been around since forever but you don't have to be content with the defaults that come with your software, especially file managers. KDE's Dolphin and Konqueror are no exceptions.
I'm trying to find a way of looking at my list of mp3, flac, ogg music files for the bitrate on each one. I was hoping that my default file manager of Nautilus would allow me to add a separate column to display it for each file. It does not.
I have since tried - Thunar, Pcmanfm, Dolphin, Krusdaer, Konqueror looking for the above capability - I can't seem to find it.
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.
What I'm looking for is a way to move files around in Dolphin, or other file manager (I really don't like Dolphin:rip:), without having to open a terminal and gaining root. For instance I decided to copy a few files from my hdd over to an external hdd for safe keeping, between my regular backups.
Hey folks, I know this question has come up in a few other threads, but the only solution mentioned was just to get rid of the launcher rather than actually fix the problem, so I thought I'd see if anyone has made any progress on this.
In KDE, there are two default launchers for the web browser and file manager.