JohnH wrote:Hi there Hjess,
I'm not exactly sure what you are asking; I sense that maybe English is not your first language.
Nautilus allows 'drag and drop' which by default is "copy to.."
Another alternative would be to install something like "Gnome Commander" which is a two pane file manager similar to Windows Commander program under Windows (it is now called Total Commander).
This Gnome Commander two pane file manager is flexible and allows you simple ways to manage your files. It is in the Mint Software Portal.
I hope this helps
900i wrote:Or just load up the scripts-manager and then get some scripts from here
900i wrote:It's a bunch of scripts you put into the gnome scripts directory.
900i wrote:You right click on files and directories and go to the script
900i wrote:nautilus-scripts.tar.gz (68k) You can download all of the scripts on this site at once in a tar.gz archive. To use, just do "tar -xvzf nautilus-scripts.tar.gz" or use one of the archive extraction scripts above and move the ones you want into ~/.gnome/nautilus-scripts. Even better, they are already organized hierarchically in a nautilus-scripts directory, so you can just extract the entire archive into ~/.gnome and you are good to go.
This is taken from the webpage
What don't you understand ?
900i wrote:Ok, sorted. The archive should be extracted to ~/.gnome2 and not ~/.gnome. The instructions on the webpage are not for Mint. Sorry I did not pick up on this earlier.
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