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Nautilus Templates

Various Gnome Stuff by satempler 11 comments

Here is a "Nautilus Script Template.sh":

Quote:
#!/bin/bash

# Example: Display some useful variables in a Zenity dialog box:
echo "Some useful variables:
\$0: $0
\$*: $*
\$@: $@
\$HOME: $HOME
\$PATH: $PATH
\`whoami\`: `whoami`" 2>&1 | zenity --text-info;

exit 0;


Cheers - Jan 30 2008
Nautilus Templates

Various Gnome Stuff by satempler 11 comments

I too have set the correct shebangs for the various scripts - without them I don't see the point in the template.

A great continuation would be to include some friendly comments/information and/or examples for the various script languages.

This way new computer-interested users can easily get a welcoming to bash and/or python programming for instance - and see how everything is prepared and good-to-go in order to write own programs and scripts. That at least was one of the wonders of Linux that I had discovered.

Btw, I tried to promote Ubuntu not to forget including templates by default in Hardy: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=4235219#post4235219

However - I guess we should probably fill a request directly to the GNOME team... - Jan 30 2008
BlueamaroK

Amarok 1.x Scripts by khertz 65 comments

It works great with Z800i (also known as V800) - at least 0.52 does, I got 0.51 to work only once back then.

THANKS FOR MAKING AND SHARING THIS AWESOME SCRIPT! - Nov 12 2006
Move

Amarok 1.x Scripts by alterego 9 comments

I have not succeeded as well in moving files with db-data preserved to a fat32-partition. Here are the behaviors of organizing features to FAT32 on amarok 1.4.3:

The built-in organize feature just makes a copy without the db-data where I specify - useless! I thought this would change it, but as for now, all this script does is to move the file. It does not preserve the db-data at all, and it has one weakness over the built-in feature - the collection is not updated directly with the new file as the built-in does!

It is a good idea but needs refining. Keep up the good work! - Sep 27 2006