Re: preview files in Nautilus ?

Hi Jaap,

I already have those options activated in Nautilus, and they don't seem to
work. Maybe is my system (FC2), or maybe my expectations are different.
When I hoover over a sound file (tested with .ogg/.wav/.mp3), I
don't hear anything. If I change the nautilus the "View as icons" to
"view as Audio" I can play them, so the audio path is working, but not the
As for video previews, there is not even an option to enable or disable it.
Again, if I hoover my mouse over a movie file, nothing happens. Not even
if I click on it (click to select, not double-click to execute the default
action for the file).

On Sat, 04 Sep 2004 11:04:18 +0200, Jaap Haitsma wrote:

> Paul Ionescu wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I remember some years ago, there was an option that enables preview of a
>> file while hoovering with the mouse over it. And even better, if the
>> file was a sound, then you could hear it in, and if the file was a
>> movie, you could see a preview of the movie. In KDE it still exists
>> (with the exception that movies are not previewed) How can I enable this
>> functionality in Nautilus ? I would also prefer that the preview should
>> be selectable in the left part or Nautilus, or like a tool-tip.
>> I searched this list but I found no answer.
>> Thanks,
> Go to Edit > Preferences and then select the tab preview
> Jaap

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