On Tue, 2006-02-14 at 18:56 -0800, Akkana Peck wrote:
> Joao S. O. Bueno Calligaris writes:
> > Unless, of course, the filename is in the ~/.gimp-2.x dir and you try
> > to getthere by start typing "."
> > I am serious about this: I _lost_ almost 20 minutes in a 3 hour
> > workshop trying to get people to open files in ~/.gimp-2.x - and
> It really is fairly tricky with the new file selector to explain to
> people how to get to files in ~/.gimp (for instance, to save or
> manage custom brushes, gradients etc.)
This is fairly late on the discussion, and hopefully (!) wont dig up the
flameware YET AGAIN to the surface, but there's a "Show hidden files"
menu entry in the context menu on the file dialog's file list. It works
nicely, try it. :-)
Also, personally I like the new file selector _a lot_ more than the old.
Drag some bookmarks to the left side, for places you often need to
tab-complete into, it really is handy. Yes, it is different from what
you were used to. Please try to be open minded.
Most people seem to have a weird idea that "regular users from windows"
really want and need to access files in hidden directories with the file
Just because you were used to the old one, does not necessarily mean it
is the best interface for everyone. The old one was regarded sucky for a
LONG time. We just learned to use it. Do the same for the new, please
and lets move on. We can improve the new one once we can leave the past
Q: Should i quote this on the top?
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