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Paquet : nautilus-scripts-manager (1.4-1) [universe]

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Please consider filing a bug or asking a question via Launchpad before contacting the maintainer directly.

Original Maintainer (usually from Debian):

  • Pietro Battiston

It should generally not be necessary for users to contact the original maintainer.

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simple tool for nautilus scripts management

nautilus-scripts-manager is a small and easy to use application which allows any user to activate, deactivate or just see Nautilus scripts installed in the system.

Nautilus scripts are just ordinary scripts which, once activated, can be ran directly from the right-click menu in the popular GNOME files manager.

This program can be used through its intuitive graphical interface or with a set of command line options. In particular, it can transparently replace the command line utility nautilus-script-manager (notice the missing "s").

Once installed, it will appear among the user settings utilities (usually in the "Preferences" menu).

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