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Offline stevedude

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"Drawers" for GNOME Files (Nautilus)
« on: 01. May 2016, 23:25:17 »
Being a recent Ubuntu convert to Manjaro, one of the features that I used, but miss in Manajro Deepin, is the ability to right-click on the Files (Nautilus) icon and select the major folders within my Home folder; IE: Desktop, Downloads, Pictures, Music, and Videos.

You could do this in Ubuntu and there was also an Ubuntu app called "drawers" that allowed you to set any folder for quick access.

I'm interested in something similar for the dock in Deepin and was wondering if there is any existing application out there I could use or maybe even a dconf hack for this?

Thanks

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Re: "Drawers" for GNOME Files (Nautilus)
« Reply #1 on: 01. May 2016, 23:35:06 »
Hmm. sounds interesting ;) ;D
For the dock I don't think there is much hope to achieve that. But for nemo that's possibly a plugin?
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Re: "Drawers" for GNOME Files (Nautilus)
« Reply #3 on: 02. May 2016, 20:27:40 »
Thank you.

This may be what I was looking for.