Nautilus-terminal Preferences/Show buttons don't show

Asked by Coco_coco on 2013-02-05

Hi. I was install nautilus-terminal on Ubuntu 11.10 and Nautilus 3.2.1, but the Preferences/Show buttons in the left don't appears. Also, config files are missing too... What I can do?

Thanks and sorry for my bad english.

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2013-02-11
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2013-02-06
Fabien LOISON (flozz) said : #1

Hello,

There is no configuration GUI on Nautilus Terminal 1.x.
You can configure it only with the config file (you have to create this file).

The config file must be located here: "~/.nautilsu-terminal" and its content is:

[general]
#The terminal height (lines)
def_term_height=5
#The terminal default visibility in new windows? (1: Visible, 0: Hidden)
def_visible=1
#The terminal position (1: Top, 0: Bottom)
#NOTE: it is not recommended to put the terminal on the bottom
term_on_top=1

[terminal]
#The shell to use (Nautilus Terminal use the user's defined shell by default)
shell=/bin/bash

Regards,

Coco_coco (vania182004) said : #2

Um... Really? I see this config GUI in other posts:

http://www.rootpanic.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Pantallazo-Preferencias-Nautilus-Terminal.png

This is not official? Or is for the 0.7 version? Thanks and sorry for the inconveniences.

Fabien LOISON (flozz) said : #4

Hello,

This GUI Was available only in Nautilus Terminal 0.x (for Nautilus 2.x).

Nautilus Terminal was fully rewrited for being compatible with Nautilus 3.x, And The config GUI was boy re-implemeted...

Regards,

Coco_coco (vania182004) said : #5

Ok. I will stand. Thanks and sorry for the inconveniences.