This is probably more of a Firefox problem than a CrunchBang one, so I apologize off the bat.The latest release of Firefox seems to come with nautilus as the default application for 'open containing folder' option when you click on the blue completed downloads arrow. This is irritating since it clutters my screen with the contents of the desktop folder (which I was very happy
Hi,I have problem with setting as default file manager nautilus. When I click Right Buttom Mouse and I choose "File Manager", open Thunar. This situation is repeat also, when I click RBM and choose "Places" and next "Browser here...".In "GUI Menu Editor" I set in "File Manager" execute "nautilus" but it's not working.
I installed Xubuntu on a new laptop I got, and this being my first time using xfce, I accidentally told my dropbox folder to open with nautilus (coming from ubuntu) and not thunar. Now it will not allow me to open the folder via the task bar. Is there any way to tell it to use thunar instead?
So... my default File Manager is Thunar.However, after installing Transmission, if I right click a torrent and select "Open folder" it opens it with, surprise, Nautilus !I had no idea Nautilus is installed. How did it get installed, why, how do I make transmission open with my default file manager and... do this kind of things often happen ?
I'm currently using ubuntu 13.04. Dropbox, for some reason, is ignoring my default file manager and browser. Whenever I open the folder "Dropbox", it uses nautilus and not thunar (which is my default file manager.. Or so I thought?).
I know Thunar comes with Xubuntu 12.04 by default, and it works ok, but there are a few things I don't like about it (such as the fact it can only be set to one view mode ever, whereas Nautilus can remember view modes for specific folders). I use Nautilus as my primary File Manager on my Linux Mint 14 netbook and I love it.
I'm running Statler Openbox. How do I change the default file manager, so that when I "open containing folder" in Firefox or other browser, it will open the folder in the file manager I prefer?I want PCManFM as my default, but I also want to keep Thunar installed (good to have a backup, and Thunar's great for bulk renaming).
In my setup I tend to symlink major user folders in Linux to their Windows equivalents, IE Downloads, Documents, Pictures, Videos, etc. Usually I make sure nautilus isn't running before I do it and the default list of folders under "Computer" stays the same
However my last change I forgot to do this and now the 4 folders above are filed under Bookmarks.