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Nautilus-Scripts ZeroPack

   9.03.3  

Nautilus Script

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Nautilus-Scripts ZeroPack
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  2596
Submitted:  Mar 9 2009
Updated:  Apr 9 2009

Description:

Basic lite Pack for nautilus-scripts in Ubuntu:
1. root GEdit - Open all selected files in GEdit, as root. (Files)
2. root Nautilus - Open the current directory in nautilus, as root.
3. Terminal Here
4. Search Here
5. Show MD5 Sums - show MD5 in a messagebox. (Files)
6. Make MD5 Sums - write MD5 to a new file. (Files and Directories)

Dependencies:
gksu (in order to become root)

Install:
1. Download the file.
unpack and move the 'files' to ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts
2. install gksu

Language Edition:
(English version)
(German version, Deutsch, translated by Mollom)
(Italian version, Italiano, translated by TheWiseDj)
(Simplified Chinese version. 简体中文 translated by Ctlu999)
(Traditional Chinese version. 正體中文 translated by Ctlu999)

Help for Localize:
You can email your translated results to my "Gmail".
I'll add them to the tar package.
Thanks




Changelog:

v9.03.3
*add German version. (Thanks Mollom)
v9.03.2
*add Italian version. (Thanks TheWiseDj)
*modify the authority
*revise part of Chinese Translations
v9.03.1
*modify the executable of "Make MD5 Sums (Files and Directories)"
v9.03
*Release



License:
Source:
g-scripts, http://g-scripts.sourceforge.net/
NScripts 3.5, http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/NScripts?content=67655
Make MD5 sums, http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Make+MD5+sums?content=69749


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 Some useless functions

 
 by TheWiseDj on: Mar 9 2009
 
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There are 2 scripts already provided by other synaptic packages:

Open a terminal => nautilus-open-terminal
Root here => nautilus-gksu

For the others, good work ;)
I'll vote good :)


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 Re: Some useless functions

 
 by ctlu999 on: Mar 10 2009
 
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I am very happy to hear that you enjoy it.

I added the two scripts because the two extensions for nautilus still got some problems.

nautilus-gksu always open two root-nautilus every time. And it must find a floader to be opened at first.

nautilus-open-terminal can't be choosed when nautilus fill up files with Default list.

so I think they are comparison of ease of use then the extensions ^^


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 Re: Some useless functions

 
 by ctlu999 on: Mar 10 2009
 
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sorry for correction:
nautilus-open-terminal can't be choosed when nautilus fill up files "in the list view".


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 Some useless functions

 
 by TheWiseDj on: Mar 9 2009
 
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There are 2 scripts already provided by other synaptic packages:

Open a terminal => nautilus-open-terminal
Root here => nautilus-gksu

For the others, good work ;)
I'll vote good :)


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 Useful

 
 by tom42332 on: May 5 2009
 
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I voted good too


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 Suggestion

 
 by tom42332 on: May 5 2009
 
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Would be good to have it as a .deb package as well even though the installation is really simple already.


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