Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1302067
Nautilus: MOVE TO directory chooser used wrong directory
Last modified: 2016-12-20 13:14:06 EST
Description of problem:
We have as path : christa/Bilder/FotosPC
We want to move pictures out of FotosPC into Bilder.
We used right-click context menu on a picture,
pressed on Bilder Button in the upper PATHrow above the directory content
and with "auswählen" => "select/choose" we ended up with the selected
path we came from "christa/Bilder/FotosPC" instead of "christa/Bilder"
Same procedure, but instead of the Bilder in the upper pathrow, we used the shortcut on the sidebar to select the directory, we got the correct result.
This is wrong:
The problem comes from the auto selection of the subdirectory we came from,
where as with the sidebar button way, we do not end up with the selected subdirectory in the first place.
do not autoselect the subdirectory, if the upper buttons are used to selected an upwards directory as target.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
This bug has been created by a none english speaker, so pls give easy answeres or revert to german if possible. Thank you.
Created attachment 1118555 [details]
screenshot of the problemativ directorychooser
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