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Dash-to-dock on Ubuntu 17.10 : right click on Nautilus icon should show its bookmarks #671

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Coeur-Noir opened this Issue Jan 14, 2018 · 4 comments

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Coeur-Noir commented Jan 14, 2018

Hi,

coming from here https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-shell-extension-ubuntu-dock/+bug/1730201 there https://forum.ubuntu-fr.org/viewtopic.php?pid=21853368#p21853368 and https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=792483

On Ubuntu 17.10, bookmarks - default ones like documents, videos, pictures… or manually added ones through ctrl+d - are not displayed on right click on nautilus icon in the dock.

Only [ new window | remove from favorites | details ] appear.

I expected all the bookmarks to be displayed on right click, like in previous Ubuntu versions, see https://bug792483.bugzilla-attachments.gnome.org/attachment.cgi?id=366750

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maoschanz Jan 14, 2018

i tried that https://i.imgur.com/L8m6h6K.png as a standalone extension (very ugly code here https://github.com/Maestroschan/quicklist-gnome-extension) but it was incompatible with the "Ubuntu dock" for some reason (but not dash to dock...)

maoschanz commented Jan 14, 2018

i tried that https://i.imgur.com/L8m6h6K.png as a standalone extension (very ugly code here https://github.com/Maestroschan/quicklist-gnome-extension) but it was incompatible with the "Ubuntu dock" for some reason (but not dash to dock...)

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micheleg Jan 14, 2018

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I think it depends on the settings: we (dash-to-dock and ubuntu-dock) reuse the popupmenu if no further customization are requested , and therefore show any customization provided by other extensions. I guess that if you disable the windows previews you will see the bookmarks. Full compatibility would be best achieved implementing these quicklist actions in dash to dock directly.

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micheleg commented Jan 14, 2018

I think it depends on the settings: we (dash-to-dock and ubuntu-dock) reuse the popupmenu if no further customization are requested , and therefore show any customization provided by other extensions. I guess that if you disable the windows previews you will see the bookmarks. Full compatibility would be best achieved implementing these quicklist actions in dash to dock directly.

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frenchy82 Jan 30, 2018

Having bookmarks shortcut on the nautilus icon must be an indispensable feature for à dock.
This will avoid installing an extension for shortcuts

Thanks

frenchy82 commented Jan 30, 2018

Having bookmarks shortcut on the nautilus icon must be an indispensable feature for à dock.
This will avoid installing an extension for shortcuts

Thanks

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maoschanz Jun 19, 2018

i updated my extension https://github.com/Maestroschan/quicklists-gnome-shell-extension (now it's a quite serious code, i could even publish it on the gnome website)

but it's still "killed" by the thumbnail system of the dock, so i still can't use it like i would like to.

I could fork dash to dock, in order to add this feature as an option (it's around 100 lines for bookmarks, and 50 lines for recent files), should i try @micheleg ?

Edit: lets try anyway

maoschanz commented Jun 19, 2018

i updated my extension https://github.com/Maestroschan/quicklists-gnome-shell-extension (now it's a quite serious code, i could even publish it on the gnome website)

but it's still "killed" by the thumbnail system of the dock, so i still can't use it like i would like to.

I could fork dash to dock, in order to add this feature as an option (it's around 100 lines for bookmarks, and 50 lines for recent files), should i try @micheleg ?

Edit: lets try anyway

maoschanz added a commit to maoschanz/dash-to-dock that referenced this issue Jun 19, 2018

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