Re: [PATCH] Respect show toolbar gconf pref (was: Convergence Of Twain)

We explicitly disabled the toolbar preference.  We made a conscious
decision to create coherent, separated browser and spatial
configurations, rather than a mix-and-match approach.


On Sat, 2004-05-08 at 15:47 +0200, Christian Neumair wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-05-05 at 23:13 +0000, Brad Barnich wrote:
> > I'm not here to complain about spacial nautilus, I don't like it, never 
> > will, but agree it has its uses. I have been going through the source 
> > for nautilus, and I thought about something.
> > 
> > Why not take browser mode (whatever its called, 2.4 nautilus style) add 
> > the following options
> [...]
> > - hide navigation bar.
> Later in the thread it emerged that you actually want to hide the
> toolbar. It works (should have worked, as you'll see) using GConf.
> Up to now, it didn't work because said key was neither evaluated nor
> used for new windows. Unfortunately we can't add a visible menuitem to
> the view menu because we're in UI freeze. I think we'll come up with a
> menuitem for showing/hiding it in Nautilus 2.8.
> The attached patch allows to hide the toolbar through unsetting
> the /apps/nautilus/preferences/start_with_toolbar GConf key, though.
> regs,
>  Chris
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