[ubuntu-studio-devel] File Manager
mikeh789 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 19 19:18:42 UTC 2015
On Friday, June 19, 2015, Grant Frank Burton <bbbabynet at gmail.com> wrote:
> ok thank you very much
> Another file manager question.
> most programs open up and I can see the different drives. But in open
> office it still displays the file system the old way.
> Do you know if that will change?
Do you mean Libre office? If not, you can ask whoever is providing open
office to you to address that issue, and change it.
Try not to assume that anything is globally broken. Try running the
application as a different user. This will isolate your users configuration
file from the equation, for troubleshooting purposes.
Are you able to replicate the issue with any live versions? Have you been
able to replicate the issue on other hardware? Or have you found anyone
else who can replicate the issue? I would be happy to try to replicate, if
you will include details.
> On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 4:23 PM, Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
>> On Thu, 18 Jun 2015 14:55:27 +0200, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>> >Final solution, you can use
>> >exiftool %F
>> > ^^ instead of %f
>> this also works when using a shell and for the use with roxterm and the
>> wrapper it doesn't work with %F, but with "%F" :).
>> In the end I prefer for my workflow not to provide exiftool by a task,
>> nor by SpaceFM's terminal option.
>> I had a menu
>> exiftool Ctrl+Escape 
>> exiftool all selected files shell Shift+Escape 
>> exiftool all selected files task 
>>  roxterm -e exiftool-wrapper %f
>>  exiftool %F
>> compared all options and decided to deleted both entries  and made
>> the menu
>> exiftool Ctrl+Escape [new]
>> [new] roxterm --maximize -e exiftool-wrapper "%F"
>> This fits best to my needs, but as Len already pointed out, for images
>> there might be better tools than file managers.
>> Unfortunately with the quotes it fails for file names including spaces.
>> Editing the script doesn't help.
>> exiftool "$*"
>> fails with several spaces one after the other.
>> exiftool $* fails too, $@ fails too.
>> In the end I reverted to exiftool "$@", since it's ok for CLI and
>> roxterm --maximize -e exiftool-wrapper %f
>> and I stay with this solution, others might use e.g. a SpaceFM task,
>> that seems to enables usage F% (or I didn't test hard enought).
>> exiftool "$@"
>> echo -e "\nPress any key to exit."
>> read -n1 char
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