Nautilus Location bar problem

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Nautilus Location bar problem

Postby Walle on Sat Nov 27, 2010 11:31 am

Hello
I have just started using LMDE and now i wonder how i can get a button for switching between text and icons on the location bar in Nautilus? (like the one thats in Mint 6). I know that pressing "CTRL + L" gives me what i want, but i still miss the button :)

Is it any special reason why its gone or is it just something that was just missed in LMDE? (Still using Mint 6, so I don't know how its in other Mint versions)



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Re: Nautilus Location bar problem

Postby JasonLG on Sat Nov 27, 2010 11:53 am

Walle wrote:Hello
I have just started using LMDE and now i wonder how i can get a button for switching between text and icons on the location bar in Nautilus? (like the one thats in Mint 6). I know that pressing "CTRL + L" gives me what i want, but i still miss the button :)

Is it any special reason why its gone or is it just something that was just missed in LMDE? (Still using Mint 6, so I don't know how its in other Mint versions)



/Walle


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