Re: Nautilus usability and nit-picks

On Thu, 2002-08-22 at 20:02, Carlos 'Fjrb' Almeida wrote:
> > I don't think we should.  In unix, volumes are below the filesystem 
> > abstraction -- volumes aren't supposed to be user-visible.


> Completely agreed.
> Perhaps Move should be the default, and copy available in context as
> optional. Obvious exceptions are detachable devices like Cd-Roms,
> floppies, etc ...

I agree too. Maybe the distinction should be between "local disk" and
"remote and removable filesystems" (NFS, SMB, ftp, DAV etc) - copy to
those, move to local disk by default? The only problem with moving
indeed is that if you move to a remote disk you might want to keep a
copy, so perhaps default to "copy" for that reason on remote


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