About Nautilus + Gthumb usability in Ubuntu 5.10
tanarrifujitsu at optusnet.com.au
Wed Jan 25 08:50:39 UTC 2006
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Luca Manganelli wrote:
> I'm concerned about that there are two different versions of Gthumb.
> One is when you double click on an image inside Nautilus.
> Another is from Applications menu.
> The difference is that Gthumb from Applications menu is more complete
> than that launched from Nautilus: multiple image viewing, more
> editing, etc.
> I'm disappointed with this view.
> If you are using SAME application, I want SAME features not launching
> a "for stoopid" version.
> If an user clicks on an image inside a folder in Nautilus, the 99%
> wants to VIEW all images inside that folder, not double click, close,
> double click. That's frustating.
> Gnome teams, please don't cut, cut and cut features to applications
> that haven't this need.
Err, the default application for images in Nautilus is to launch Eye of
Gnome, not gThumb.
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