Re: a short cut on desktop on gnome3
2011/12/2 doug <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On 12/02/2011 01:28 PM, Brian Flaherty wrote:
>> On 12/02/2011 03:03 AM, abdelkader belahcene wrote:
>>> I am trying to be familiar with gnome 3,
>>> So I installing from debian testing the gnome 3,
>>> It seems good, but sometimes I am lost, for example, I want to put a
>>> file on the Desktop, like drag it from the usb to the screen!! as usual,
>>> it didn't work !!!
>>> another case I used to add button on the bar just by clicking on the
>>> topbar menu to add it, the right click is not working ??!!
>>> How to enable it?? is it possible??
>>> thanks for help*
>> My understanding is that by default, GNOME 3 desktop does not correspond
>> to a directory as in previous GNOME and Mac (for example). But there's an
>> option in gnome-tweak-tool to tell the file manager (nautilus, I assume) to
>> manage the desktop. I haven't tried it, but it sounds like it should do what
>> you want.
> If you can't put icons on your desktop, what good is the desktop? You
> might as well have DOS!
I'm not using GNOME, but my desktop doesn't have any icons. Beside I
always have some windows maximized, which would make them quite
useless. And desktop without icons is good for managing _windows_ ;P
Feel free to CC me.
May The Source be with You.