It was a shock to realise that drag and drop file manipulation isn't possible in Ubuntu 10.10 on an Acer Netbook ZG5.
Installing Ubuntu 12.04 on an Acer Netbook D270, soon realized that not only is file drag and drop still not possible, but screen brightness can no longer be adjusted from keyboard controls.
The title says it all ‒ I can't simply drag'n'drop to move files between directories in the file manager. (come to that, I can't even use a right-click to copy: have to go up to the menu bar) Are these lubuntu features, or is there something a bit wrong with my installation?
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:
As the title suggests I was wondering how, if possible, to change to behaviour of the drag and drop in nautilus? I'm dual booting Ubuntu 11.10 and Windows Vista, and I have most of my files stored on the Windows partition (for easy of access between OS's).
Running Ubuntu 10.10 on Acer Netbook ZX5. Eventually realized that drag and drop file manipulation doesn't work on 10.10.
Considered upgrading to 12.04, but reluctant because of brightness control problem with 12.04.
I am using 12.04 on a macbook pro. Everything works really well. I want to disable 3 finger gestures. It is way to easy to accidentally drag/move a window(3 finger gesture) while scrolling(2 finger gesture) when using a touchpad.
I found this answer on ask ubuntu. It was marked answered but it is not. The functionality is still there.