One of the thing I never got to understand is why the Gnome desktop do not have the option (present in KDE) to use the content of a directory to randomly pick an image for the “wallpaper” of the desktop.
There are a lot of solution outside, but I would like to share with you […]
Notice: this is NOT the best way to achieve this. I have posted a much better way…
This is my first Gnome Shell extension… so that will not be a coding style gem, but it works for me and I think it’s quite useful, so…
The idea is to change the look […]
So, you have a (big) collection of photo, and you want to rapidly browse trough them and select a subset for further consideration for, for example, printing or editing them. What I would like was that, while in the image viewer, with a simple key press I could copy the file to another, pre-chosen directory. […]
NOTE: this only works for Gnome 2. For Gnome 3, see an update here… What it is:
a thumbnail is the little image that Nautilus (the file manager of Gnome) shows to represent the file. Most of file types has a standard thumbnailer, and you see a representation of the file such as a […]
Just found out that the task of adding a new application for a new file-type on gnome (so that I can run it by double click, or from the mail client on an attachment, is easier than I suspected.
The problem: my bank send me my account information in files that are managed by an […]