my main gripe about dolphin is it doesn't show files or folders whose name begins with a dot -- if there's an option to show them, why is it so hard to find?
Thanks for the new section on audio CD's. There are a few thing I don't quite understand, though. The first bullet after the image seems to imply, that audio data can be encoded in the cda format. However, that format only contain indexing information (according to Wikipedia). >>I was trying to say that this folder contains the usual cda files you find on a CD. These are indeed only indexing information and can't be read as this.
The second bullet after the image I understand as saying, that the Whole CD folder contains one file for each track and each format. I get confused by the word 'concatenating', though, which might indicate, that several files are joined into one.
>>The "Whole CD" folder contains the whole album in 1 file, for each format. so for example it contains a big mp3 file of the whole album: 1 file containing all the tracks.
If I understand the situation correctly, it might be better to say:
>> OK for me, please edit. My english is far from perfect :)
or somethink like that. What do You think? --Claus chr 31 october 2009 >> No. See above, if you understand my explanation (it's hard to explain for me) and can say it in english in a clearer way that would be great :) Thanks for reviewing! --Kolia 31 october 2009
File Create New will give a list of object that can be created. Folders, text files or html files.
Can this list be changed or have rules? I like the html creates a file that has some of the default work done. I'd like to do the same for php for example.
The section on the Navigation Line is a bit confusing. The fourth paragraph more or less repeats the second paragraph, but coming after the paragraph on the classic navigation line, it might be understood to refer to that rather than to the bread crumb. I would suggest that paragraph four is merged with paragraph two, and that the image is placed before paragraph three. --Claus chr 7 November 2009
I think there are some mistakes in 'File System Navigation' section. 'Enable bookmarks' should be before 'Bookmarks in applications'.
'Constraining to one application' is repetition of the content of ' "Places" for system-wide navigation '.
Bookmarks in amarok and kate 's plugins aren't mentioned(they are stored in ~/.kde4/share/apps/appname/fsbookmarks.xml).
So it is three kinds of bookmarks. one is stored in ~/.kde4/share/apps/kfileplaces/bookmark.xml,be called 'Place' , they are visable in dolphin/gwenview,left side of file-open dialog,they can be used by other application,you can also constrain one of them to one application.
another is stored in ~/.kde4/share/apps/kfile/bookmarok.xml,they are visable under yellow star icon in file-open dialog(need be enabled first).They are visable in all kde application which have open dialog.But you can't constrain them to specific application.
The last one is application's bookmark,like web bookmark in konqueror,bookmark in okular,they are stored in ~/.kde4/share/apps/appname/bookmark.xml. some applications like amarok and kate, these application also have bookmark via plugin called Filesystem Browser. These bookmarks are stored in ~/.kde4/share/apps/appname/fsbookmarks.xml .This kind of bookmarks can only be used by the application create them.
so maybe 'File System Navigation' section need to be modified
--Qiii2006 19:15, 20 November 2009 (UTC)
I see --Qiii2006 04:29, 21 November 2009 (UTC)