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Posted on 2004-08-04
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This is going to make me look really bad, but here goes...

I used to use Fedora Core 1 and the way the windows worked was that if I opened a directory within a open window, it open open that directory in the same window and give me the full path for was I currently was in the window bar. Once I upgraded to Fedora Core 2 I found that when I open a new directory, it opens a whole new window for it. Not only that, but I no longer have the path in my window bar. I've tried looking everywhere for the options, but now I just want it to work. Does anybody know how to set these features?

--Dave
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You should be able to use gconf-editor, if nothing else lets you. Just start it and go to apps->nautilus->preferences or similar.

-- Glenn
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