Media item in Go menu
cannewilson at googlemail.com
Sun Oct 23 13:39:43 BST 2011
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On 10/22/2011 12:31 PM, Renaud (Ron) Olgiati wrote:
> On Saturday 22 Oct 2011 08:11 my mailbox was graced by a message
> from Anne Wilson who wrote:
>>> In KDE 4.6.5 that came with Mageia 1, there is one thing I
>>> miss from earlier versions: the (Removable) Media item in the
>>> Go menu in Konqueror. Seems a regression to me; was it an
>>> oversight, like the disparition of the Find Files item in Tools
>>> ? Or was it removed for some sound reason ?
>> Konqueror is no longer the default file manager. However, if,
>> when the notification arrives, you select "Open with file
>> manager" a link is displayed in the Places listing of both
>> Dolphin and Konqueror.
> I do not have a notification; I am in Konqueror, have plugged my
> pen drive in, split the screen right-left, and now want to go to
You are using KDE and you don't have notification of a USB drive
attached? Then you must have switched it off.
> I could do this whith Go => Media, and can no longer do it; Why ?
Probably because there are better ways. In Konqueror you have a Places
tab in the F9 bookmark panel. Use it. Your pen-drive will be listed
> Is that another case, like dropping the Find File from Tools, to
> make Konqueror less and less usable, to force users to move to
> Dolphin ? A case of "We are KDE of Borg, you will be assimilated"
> <RANT>It pains me to see parts of Linux getting more and more
> Miscrsoft-like in the way users are treated </RANT>
<RANT>It pains me that people will not even look when they are told
something exists. As for Dolphin, it is much more powerful than
Konqueror was, but you have to learn to use it. That's what the
UserBase pages are for.</RANT>
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