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NAMEnautilus-actions-config-tool - configure programs to launch from the nautilus file manager
- -?, --help
- Show help options
- -?, --help-all
- Show all help options
- -?, --help-misc
- -?, --non-unique
- Set it to run multiple instances of the program [unique]
- -?, --version
- Output the version number, and exit gracefully [no]
- -?, --display=DISPLAY
X display to use
DESCRIPTIONnautilus-actions is an extension for the nautilus file manager which allows arbitrary programs to be launched through the nautilus context menu.
Each time you right-click on one or more files in nautilus, or any part of the background of the currently opened folder, nautilus-actions will look at its configured actions to see if a program has been setup for this selection. If so, it will add an item to the menu that allows you to execute the program on the selected files.
Configurations are stored in GConf for speed and integration with other GNOME programs. Configs can be easily shared using the "Import/Export assistant" menu items in the Tools menu of nautilus-actions-config-tool /.
BUGSPlease report bugs in nautilus-actions to <email@example.com>. The current bug list may be viewed at <bugs.debian.org/nautilus-actions>.
AUTHORnautilus-actions was written by Rodrigo Moya <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Frederic Ruaudel <email@example.com>, Pierre Wieser <firstname.lastname@example.org>, and contributors.
This manual page was written by Christine Spang <email@example.com> and Alice Ferrazzi <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).