Re: Change Default Behavior in Nautilus 2.6 To Navigational?
>>>>> On Tue, 18 May 2004 15:50:33 -0400, Adam Kessel
>>>>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> was rumoured to have said:
> Amaya wrote:
>> > One way is to set the "/apps/nautilus/preferences/always_use_browser"
>> > key in gconf (using gconftool-2 or gconf-editor).
>> Gee, thanks, this made my day!
> This made my day too. That was easy.
> Is there any plan to make this kind of thing more easily know-able? I'm
> not sure I ever would have figured that out except by asking. I suppose
> I might eventually have thought to start walking through the gconf keys,
> but it'd be nice to have some more obvious place to look for questions
> like this.
> For example, if all gconf keys and their meaning were in a file in
> /usr/share/doc/(whatever package), one could easily search through that
> file to find settings that aren't otherwise accessible from the GUI
It should be possible to script this, as the gconf keys are already documented
(look at gconf-editor's bottom right-hand side pane). The descriptions
themselves are in /etc/gconf/schemas and dpkg -S will give the name of the
package that owns a schema...
> Does anyone know if there is any plan within Gnome to make this sort of
> information more accessible?
> Adam Kessel