missing Trash shortcut into shortcuts menu of the top panel

Kjell Le kjele at student.uio.no
Sun Apr 4 19:52:37 BST 2010


Well the easiest way I guess is to buy a bigger monitor.

On 4 April 2010 20:41, Erik Andersen <erik.b.andersen at gmail.com> wrote:
> (reply bottom posted)
>
> On Sun, Apr 4, 2010 at 07:23, Jérôme Bouat <jerome.bouat at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
>>  > You ask the developers to "give the user the choice of his/her desktop
>>  > customization". You have that choice, as demonstrated by your own
>>
>> Currently not because I have to open my personnal folder, next I'm
>> searching where to open the trash.
>>
>> It isn't currently easy. I would like a "Trash" shortcut into the
>> "Shortcuts" menu.
>>
>> I think the "Trash" shortcut should be the minimum feature before adding
>> a "Downloads" folder, etc.
>>
>> --
>
> I'm quite sure what 'Shortcuts' menu you are talking about, but I'm
> guessing you are talking about the "Places" menu?
> Anyway, it works just fine for me to go to the trash in nautilus and
> then click Bookmarks > Add Bookmark. Doing that adds a Trash shortcut
> to the places menu.
>
> So I would say you have a way to do what you want. As far as the
> defaults, I personally think they are just fine the way they are and
> are well thought out.
>
>
> --Erik Andersen
>
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KL



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