Party like it's 13.04

Set Hallstrom sakrecoer at
Wed May 1 11:00:04 UTC 2013

Hi Pete!

yayks!? nautilus messed up data?!? i hope my backup is ok.... or did i
get all that backwards?

To put a bookmark, i just dragged the original to the side-pane.
I find it delicious because it does all i want and has remedied
everything that made it obsolete for my use. (funny because i'm trying
to remember what....... hmmm..? some subtleties... ) And also i like
that there is only one file-manager now...

This expressed opinion of mine is of course very subjective. I was
mainly keen about showing mad love to the amazing people behind
ubuntustudio. :) I'm not trying to say thunar the best option in the
world. if  it was, it would have a "make the world a happier place"
button :D (good thing i'm not a human)

You can drag/drop files from one tab to another, but if you need to
compare 2 folders i guess a second window is the deal. Have you thought
about dropping a suggestion to the thunar guys?

Have a delicious awake time all!

Warm regards from cold sweden,

On 2013-05-01 01:09, Pete Wright wrote:
> Hi, Set and Eduardo
> I find I miss being able to set bookmarks in Thunar the way I did in
> Nautilus.
> Is there a way?
> Set says he finds Thunar has "become deliciously good."
> I haven't pushed Thunar very hard yet (no huge directories moved
> between machines or onto external drives) but  I assume from comments
> like Set's that Thunar will not break like Nautilus. Nautilus never
> lost any data, but only because I paid attention to pick up all the
> pieces when it broke, which it did plenty often. I thought it was my
> hardware until I saw that Nautilus got "fired."
> So is that why Thunar now? Fewer pretties like dual or multiple panel
> and bookmarks, but it actually does what it is supposed to?
> Just curious. Good thing I am not a cat.
> Grins
> Pete

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