Enable/disable numerous buttons on Nautilus' toolbar with Nautiluspatch 3.4.2
Nautilus is definitely a piece of software that constantly attracts a massive amount of opinions, both positive and negative, commonly related to its features/look/functionality exposing as seen in its development cycle from 2.x to 3.x series, opinions related to presented buttons, presented buttons' position, removed functionalities, etc.
Nautiluspatch is a patched Nautilus version that aims at delivering a numerous amount of functionalities via buttons that are exposed in the toolbar, such as up, refresh/reload, toggle location bar/pathbar (default clickable addressbar/writable addressbar), home and go to computer.
The mentioned patch has been updated to another version, introducing new features (as presented above) and handy support to enable/disable the toolbar's exposed buttons directly from Nautilus under
Nautilus-->Edit--Preferences-->Toolbar, basically, a 1-click away ability to show/hide buttons in real-time (disabling the, for instance,
Show up icon, immediately hides the Up icon from Nautilus's toolbar), furthermore, the user can directly preview and modify the applied changes.
How do we install Nautiluspatch 3.4.2 (Ubuntu 12.04 only)?
Download the .deb package and install it via Ubuntu Software Center.
How do we remove Nautilus patched 3.4.2?
sudo apt-get remove nautiluspatch
action that safely reverts Nautilus to its previous default state (no restart is required).
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