Nautilus Actions is an extension for Nautilus, the GNOME file manager, which allows you to configure programs to be launched on files selected in the Nautilus interface. Each time you right-click on one or several selected files in Nautilus, Nautilus Actions will parse its configuration files to see if a program has been set for this selection. If one has been set, it will add an item to the menu that allows you to execute the program on the selected files.
|Tags||Desktop Environment File Managers GNOME|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A bug with Nautilus was fixed to make it update its popup menus when a configuration value changes in Nautilus-actions. The problem with the Export feature in Nact when the config contains some XML special characters was fixed. Error handling in Nact was improved, and now displays error dialogs when necessary. The icon preview in Nact which was displaying a bad icon in some special cases was fixed. The creation of the "%M" parameter pattern was fixed when selecting files in virtual "SavedSearch" folders. The extension part was optimized by updating the config list only when it has changed and not each time Nautilus asks for it.
Release Notes: This release adds support for filtering using the mimetypes of the selected files, the ability to set the case sensitiveness of file patterns, new Tango-style icons which install in compliance with fd.o standards, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: The layout of Nact has been changed to provide a usable interface on small resolution screens. Nact allows a configuration to be duplicated to ease the creation of several similar actions. Some grammar and spelling errors have been fixed. The default "Manage Actions" action has been removed from the popup menu. Nact is now only accessible from the desktop preferences menu. The configurations list is sorted alphabetically in Nact's dialogs. More than twenty language translation have been added or updated. Lots of other minor bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: The actions now appear in the background of Nautilus windows. An icon for the menu entry in Nautilus can be defined for each action. GConf is used for the configuration instead of the previous custom XML file format. An import/export feature has been added into Nact to allow users to get back their old configurations and to more easily share the new ones. The layout of Nact has been improved to be more usable. Two command line tools have been added to convert old configuration files into new ones and to create a new one from a terminal. It is now possible to modify the schemes list in Nact's edit dialog.
Release Notes: Nact can save a new config as a normal user again. Nact starts correctly when the $LANG environement variable is not set. The problem with Nact crashing when using the x-nautilus-desktop scheme was solved. The alignment problems in the interface of the localized version of Nact has been fixed. A Nautilus Actions icon has been created. The desktop file has been made compliant with the FreeDesktop standards. The Spanish translation has been added.