Description of problem:
I use Dropbox. From time to time the identical file is submitted from a second logon. This results in Dropbox indicating that the duplicate file is a conflicted copy.
The conflicted copy message included in the filename results in the major File listing from Gnome's File program not showing the the filename in the directory. The file name is a legal Linux filename.
The file w1proj.tar exists in the directory and shows on the GUI display.
The second file (see immediately below as a filename does not show"
DOES NOT SHOW
/home/yum_20131224081626/leslie/Dropbox/Wave1sum/w1proj (Fedora19.Fedora19's conflicted copy 2013-08-22).tar
DOES NOT SHOW
/home/yum_20131225095312/leslie/Dropbox/caedir (Fedora20.Desktop's conflicted copy 2013-12-24).c
DOES NOT SHOW
/home/yum_20131225095312/leslie/Dropbox/daycalc (Fedora20.Desktop's conflicted copy 2013-12-24).c
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
GNOME for FEDORA 20
Click on Files that are found in ~/Dropbox/* where the virtual terminal shows the name in full and compare to the FILE listing.
Steps to Reproduce:
The entire filename, including extension.
The program in error is version FILES 3.10.1 (Fedora20)
With Fedora19, FILES version 3.8.1, there is no problem with the ICON view. This version shows the fill filename details.
My bug complaint was pertaining to the icon view for 3.10.1
Reassigning this bug to Nautilus. "file" is different tool.
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