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Description of problem:
You have a drag and drop CD burner in nautlius that burns on right
click -> write Cds?? I have no CDs to test it right now but if this
does what it's supposed to it needs to become the default CD burner
immediately - it's the easiest thing out there. Why in the world is
this hidden within the places dialog, given no icon there.
It should be a lot more visible - if you ask me it should be in the
computer icon, or on the desktop. On the other hand that would only
make sense if you have a cd burner.
I don't understand why this functionality is hidden in such a way -
found it by pure accident.
Ok enough playing with nautilus for today, you're probably getting
tired of my emails.
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Steps to Reproduce:
I've tested the burner. It works as advertised.
I think the proper thing to do would be to place it in the Computer
menu. Also - it makes a little bit of sense to me that the control
panel shuld go there too - all the special nautilus folders in one
place. I like how the Computer icon includes all the important places,
and Control Panel and CD Creator should be added there as well.
Do you agree/disagree?
30 days and no comment? Is this the wrong place to make a suggestion?
Bugzilla is for tracking specific problems in fedora. If you want to
discuss how things should work that is better done upstream. In fact,
this particular issue has been discussed upstream. Getting the
interactions with n-c-b and the computer location right is a bit hard