Archive for the ‘Nautilus’ Category
I’m sure that many of you noticed that Google has a new favicon. On their blog, you can find an anouncement aboutthis change. At the end of the article, the VP of the Search Products and User Experience department writes:
“We hope you like the new favicon, which nicely integrates all of our original criteria: distinctive in shape, noticeable, colorful, timeless, and scalable to other sizes.”
Well, I’m not an expert in design, but … it’s just me, or this new design is far away from Google’s “original criteria” as it is perceived by us, the users. Is’nt Google about simplicity, and eficienty? Think about their website. Can you describe it as being “colorful”? Is this somehow complex and color-packed favicon a fit symbol for Google? What do you think?
Here is a tip about how to navigate in GNOME-the fast way. While on the desktop (with no window focused), press the / key to open the Nautilus navigation bar.
To navigate to a specific location type the folders path in the bar.
Also, you can navigate to the special locations, using the paths as they are presented on killer tech tips:
Opens the CD Writing Window.
Shows Computer, lists the disk partitions
Lists the available fonts.
Connects you to the specified ftp address.
Lists network locations.
Opens the Samba (file sharing) Window.
Opens the System Settings Window.
Lists the available GNOME themes.