Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 483261
GNOME terminal "paste" behaviour different in F10
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:45:03 EST
Description of problem:
In previous versions, when copying a file in Nautilus, I could use the "paste" command in the terminal to return my the path of the file. However, in Fedora 10, it seems to give me a file URL instead of the path - file://home/me/myfile.txt instead of /home/me/myfile.txt. However, "paste filenames" (only available under the right-click menu!) gives me this normal behaviour back...
Is there any way to force GNOME terminal to use the "paste filenames" behaviour by default instead of the URL-converting behaviour of "paste"?
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Copy a file in Nautilus
2. Open Terminal and use CTRL+SHIFT+V to paste the filename - an URL-converted filename is returned
3. Right-click in the terminal and use "Paste filenames" - a proper Linux file path is returned
An URL-converted filename is returned by default, and the only way to change this is using the right-click menu "Paste filenames" option
The proper Linux file path should be returned by default, and the URL-converted format used as an alternative
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