Where to make a feature request

Anne Wilson cannewilson at googlemail.com
Sun Aug 30 17:37:52 BST 2009

On Sunday 30 August 2009 15:48:10 Billie Erin Walsh wrote:
> 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 opened.
> All that to ask: Where can I post this feature to be returned?
> Kubuntu 9.04
> KDE 4.2.2
> Dolphin 1.2.1

As Duncan said, 4.2.2 is a bit behind, and I honestly can't remember whether 
it was the same as 4.3.  In 4.3 it is available from the View menu, but more 
usefull, by hitting F4 (F4 should toggle it, on and off).  This works in split 
mode too - giving you a terminal starting from the directory your highlighted 
split is showing.  Try it and let us know whether it works for you.

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