Any Method(s) And Detailed Steps To Add The 'Rename' Functionality For The Linux Ubuntu v.11.10 64-Bit's "Save As" Window?

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Hello. I am using Linux Ubuntu v.11.10 64-bit operating system.

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Using the Linux Ubuntu v.11.10 64-bit operating system, is there a way in the "Save As" window to "Rename" or change a file name or folder name right there ('on the spot') of an existing file or folder within the shown directory without having to go back to the desktop to rename the file's file or folder name you are interested in and again re-run the "Save As" function?

I do not see any way of file renaming right at the "Save As" window in Ubuntu. This can be easily done at the Windows XP, Vista, and 7 "Save As" window by right-clicking and selecting "Rename" of an existing file or folder within the shown directory. Is there a way to rename or set the possibly to 'rename' capability in the "Save As" window?

Please reply with the method(s) and detailed steps to add the 'rename' functionality for the Linux Ubuntu v.11.10 64-bit's "Save As" window.

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Hello. Would anyone care to try to answer this question or at least take a chance at it with some possibiities or suggestions???

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Hello. One last time. Would anyone care to try to answer this question/thread?

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Hi!

I don't think this is possible in Ubuntu. You can use the file manager or terminal to rename files.

Regards, Tobias

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Hello again. Nice to see you again.

I have to agree with you for one fact -- no one else has commented in 11 days prior to your comment assuming no one else could answer this question/thread. So no comments must mean in addition that you do not know the answer, but in fact there IS no answer. I do appreciate you answering and saying there is indeed no answer. For that you get the full 500 points and the Accepted Solution.

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