Description of Problem:
I have never used Nautilus before, but I cannot find a way to show a tree
view in the sidebar. This seems to be a pretty basic thing to do. The
documentation talks about it (it mentions that there are 5 things that can
be shown in the sidebar: Tree, History, Help, Notes and News). However,
there are only 4 tabs showing: Notes, Help, History and News. These are
also the only 4 options on the Preferences edit for Sidebar Panels.
Changing preferences between Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced has no
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start X with Gnome desktop and Nautilus.
Only four tabs in sidebar (Notes, Help, History, News)
Five tabs in sidebar (Notes, Help, History, News and Tree.
This was tracked down to a bug in libxml, which turned up
since the italian translation of the oafinfo file for
the tree view included a ".
Alex has a patch for this now, and Daniel gave the OK on
it, so it's just a matter of getting libxml rebuilt
and maybe doing a bit more testing to make sure nothing
else breaks because of this.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 50406 ***