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xfce:thunar:working-with-files-and-folders [2019/07/26 17:58]
alexxcons Removed "open location" info, since it works in an intuitive way in thunar 1.8.x
xfce:thunar:working-with-files-and-folders [2019/10/14 00:17]
alexxcons [The File Menu]
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 ?Create Document ?Create Document
-!Allows you to create a new document either as a blank file or from a template. If you choose the //Empty File// option and type in a file name with no extension, by default it will create an empty, plain text document. If you assign a file extension of a recognized MIME type, it will create a file of that type.  For example, typing ''​MyDocument.odt''​ will create a blank OpenDocument Text file. You can also create files from a pre-configured templates. To do that, you first create a file with all of your desired settings in the application of your choice and then save it in the ''​~/​Templates''​ folder. That file name will then appear as a choice in the {gui>​Create Document} list. Give it a new name and you now have a new file based on your custom settings.+!Allows you to create a new document either as a blank file or from a template. If you choose the //Empty File// option and type in a file name with no extension, by default it will create an empty, plain text document. If you assign a file extension of a recognized MIME type, it will create a file of that type.  For example, typing ''​MyDocument.odt''​ will create a blank OpenDocument Text file. You can also create files from a pre-configured templates. To do that, you first create a file with all of your desired settings in the application of your choice and then save it in the ''​~/​Templates''​ folder. ​(The folder specified in XDG_TEMPLATES_DIR) ​That file name will then appear as a choice in the {gui>​Create Document} list. Give it a new name and you now have a new file based on your custom settings.
  
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