Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 982228
Not possible to add bookmark to favorites
Last modified: 2015-06-29 08:03:23 EDT
Description of problem:
It is not possible to add a bookmark to the favorites.
open Files go to the menu File/Bookmarks.
There is no "+" to add a new bookmark. Nor it is possible to drag and drop a file/directory into the bookmarks windows. Nothing happens.
1) A "+" button should be visible, to add a new bookmark.
2) Should be possible to drag and drop items into the bookmars area at the Files sidemenu and at the bookmarks window.
I'm also having this problem with Fedora 20.
No way to add new bookmarks to the sidepanel.
Created attachment 839525 [details]
It is very strange, but this dragging a folder to create a bookmark
works for me, although it does not work for Stefan Assmann.
We both have Fedora 20 Systems updated with “fedup” from Fedora 19.
See also bug#1045409.
When doing a new installation (tested in qemu), the nautilus sidebar
features not bookmarks at all.
On our systems updated with fedup from f19 to f20, Stefan and me do
see the bookmarks in the sidebar of nautilus though.
Therefore I opened the new bug#1045409 for the missing sidebars in nautilus in a new
installation of f20.
Nautilus version is nautilus-3.10.1-2.fc20.x86_64 in both cases (update or new installation).
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