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Support => New Users => Topic started by: iamesperambient on November 12, 2014, 09:47:47 pm

Title: how can i make a short cut to files? SOLVED
Post by: iamesperambient on November 12, 2014, 09:47:47 pm
so i dont like pacmanfm look wise so i started using Files which i think looks more clean and works well.
Obviously i can not delete pacman fm because it controls my desktop but i would like also like to make a shortcut for files
i tried in peppermint control center to make a short cut control > N but it didn't work am i putting the program name incorrectly?
i tried searching for this on the forum but i could not find a tutorial on setting this up.  I have it as a launcher on my dock but i usually
use shortcuts rather than the dock for a lot of things. thanks for any help.
Title: Re: how can i make a short cut to files? SOLVED
Post by: iamesperambient on November 12, 2014, 10:20:57 pm
ok so i didnt realize the command for it is still nautilus i thought it was changed to gnome files...got it working. so i was putting 'files' rather than nautilus