A terminal embedded in the Nautilus file browser
Nautilus Terminal is a terminal embedded in Nautilus, the GNOME's file browser. It is always open in the current folder, and follows the navigation (the "cd" command is automatically executed when you move to an other folder).
Nautilus Terminal has a lot of functionalities:
* It always follows your navigation in your folders.
* It supports Copy/Paste (*Ctrl+Shift+C* / *Ctrl+Shift+V*).
* It supports drag & drop of files and folders.
* It can be hidden/shown when you want (with the *F4* key).
* It is resizeable.
Compatibility with Nautilus:
* **Nautilus Terminal 1.0** works with Nautilus 3.0 and 3.2
* **Nautilus Terminal 0.7.1 and previous** work only with Nautilus 2.2x and Nautilus 2.3x
All bugs Latest bugs reported
Bug #1211188: Unexpected window appeares when "sudo nautilus"
Reported on 2013-08-12
Bug #1147456: nautilus-terminal cannot hide (with conf file)
Reported on 2013-03-05
Bug #1091143: Create a version/instruction for Nemo File Manager for Cinnamon
Reported on 2012-12-17
Bug #1086005: Nautilus Terminal Show Ones, Ctr+Shift+T not works
Reported on 2012-12-03
Bug #1075920: Cannot capture slash key in Nautilus 3.6
Reported on 2012-11-07
All questions Latest questions
Nothing happens after a successful installation
Posted on 2013-07-20
How do you install this from terminal?
Posted on 2013-06-26
Will the new version work on Nautilus 3.4.2?
Posted on 2013-04-07
Nautilus-terminal Preferences/Show buttons don't show
Posted on 2013-02-05
cant find config file in Fedora17
Posted on 2013-01-03
All blueprints Latest blueprints
Configurable keyboard shortcuts
Registered on 2011-04-11
terminal as a view type
Registered on 2011-01-05
handle folders that are mount using gvfs
Registered on 2010-10-07
Use profiles from GNOME Terminal
Registered on 2010-09-12
Terminal content is not preserved when folders are changed
Registered on 2010-09-10