Re: GNOME "Save as" dialog; Keyboard indicator applet

Murray Cumming wrote:
On Thu, 2007-03-22 at 09:58 +0100, Lumir Jasiok wrote:
Surely this is something that our "User Profile Editor" (sabayon) can
do. You just open a GNOME session in the User Profile Editor, add the
applet to the panel, configure the applet, close the session, and mark
the changes as for every user.
Thx. a lot, I think that this can solve my problem with keyboard applet for now.

And what about the second question? I was looked that the "Save as" dialog is defined at libgtk2 package. So I was wondering if this is the right place for filtering the directory structure that is displayed to user.

What exactly would you like to do? If you would just like to hide some
directories, I think you can do this via the .hidden file, which should
just mention the name of the directory and file from the current
directories that you want to hide.
I would like to hide the / directory structure (excluding /home /media ant /tmp) before users. I can do this in nautilus using .hidden file in /, but I don't know how to do this in "Save as" dialog. If I click on "Browse for others folders" in Save as GNOME dialog, and choose "File system" I still can see full directory structure. This dialog doesn't using .hidden file.

Is the only way to modify the source code? Any other idea?



Lumír Jasiok
VSB-TU Ostrava - Computer centre
E-mail: lumir jasiok vsb cz

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