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

On Tue, 2007-03-27 at 11:40 +0200, Lumir Jasiok wrote:
> 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?

Unfortunately, I was wrong about this. The GtkFileChooser does not yet
use .hidden files. There is an open bug about this, with the beginnings
of a patch:

Murray Cumming
murrayc murrayc com

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