Where to make a feature request
1i5t5.duncan at cox.net
Sun Aug 30 16:54:35 BST 2009
Billie Erin Walsh posted on Sun, 30 Aug 2009 09:48:10 -0500 as excerpted:
> Back when Dolphin first came out and _everyone_ was cussing it I gave it
> a try [ and rather liked it ]. Anyway, when you would pass over [
> highlight] a file or folder a list of available options appeared in the
> info pane. For directories/folders it would have an option to "Open
> Terminal Here". A couple upgrades and that disappeared but was still
> available from the right click menu. Lately that option seems to have
> disappeared completely. At least I can't seem to find it.
> Now, I'm no command line wizard. I know just about enough to get myself
> in trouble most of the time. [ If I had wanted to use command line for
> everything I could have stayed with DOS. ] I like the idea of using
> dolphin to navigate the file system to get where I want a terminal
> All that to ask: Where can I post this feature to be returned?
> Kubuntu 9.04
> KDE 4.2.2
> Dolphin 1.2.1
4.2.2 is a bit behind, tho it might be the latest available in some
distributions. There's the 4.2.3 and 4.2.4 bugfixes, and 4.3.0, with
4.3.1 coming out shortly. Kde4 is still rapidly maturing, with some
pretty big bug fixes every release, and if you're not running the latest,
you're seeing bugs that have already been fixed. So indeed, 4.2.2 is a
I'm running 4.3.0. At least here, the open terminal here action still
exists. For a directory/directory-symlink icon, it's in the context
menu, right click, actions, open terminal here. For the currently open
(not selected, the one actually displayed) directory, it's under the
tools menu, open terminal. (There's a default keyboard shortcut
associated with it as well, shift-F4.)
It's also possible to display a mini-cli  terminal panel directly in
dolphin, if desired. View, Panels, Terminal, is the toggle, F4 the
shortcut (thus the shift-F4 above for launching a separate terminal
window is a mod of the simple F4 mini-cli shortcut).
 CLI: command line interface, as contrasted with GUI, graphical user
interface. Mini indicating it's a panel attached to another window,
here, dolphin, not its own full CLI window like konsole.
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