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hello, I'm talking about the window that opens while trasferring files. it has a loading bar, some info on destinations and current speed. is it possible to tweak to show ...
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    hello, I'm talking about the window that opens while trasferring files. it has a loading bar, some info on destinations and current speed.
    is it possible to tweak to show which file it is currently moving?
    is it possible to tweak to show how much time has passed/ is remaing?
    any possibility to add graph about speed?

    if it is not possible to modify it, is there any alternative to it?

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    Hello

    What application does the window belong to that you are referencing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by oz View Post
    Hello

    What application does the window belong to that you are referencing?
    I think it is the default window of nautilus.
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    Last edited by tezma90; 02-20-2013 at 07:21 AM.

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    I don't run nautilus so can't check it out, but take a look at gsettings for gnome application settings:

    GSettings

    If you don't find what you want there, your best bet might be to use a separate utility for system monitoring such as conky:

    Conky - Home
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    Even though I run gnome on my RHEL 6.x system, I still prefer to use konqueror, the kde file manager. It shows all that stuff for you quite nicely. Just becuase you user gnome, vs kde, or whatever, doesn't mean you can't use tools from the other window managers when it makes sense to you, or simply works better for you. So, my WM is gnome, but I use a number of kde tools. I use what I prefer, not what someone thinks I should use...
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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