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Question Nautilus / File Menu / Multiple Tabs

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Trying out Pop and liking it. Appreciate it if someone could advise about Nautilus. It does not have a 'File' menu and I'm unable to open multiple tabs. Thanks for any pointers.
 

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New tabs can be opened with the icon in the hamburger menu to the right. See below, it's the middle one.

Screenshot from 2020-06-28 15-27-57.png


Not sure what you mean by file menu. Can you elaborate a bit further - what is it you want to see? Everything is a file, technically.
 

derpOmattic

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Aha, I see. You can do your search, then in the hamburger menu use "Select All". Then in the menu again click the copy icon. Paste the result into Gedit and create a file you can save anywhere. It sounds like you would probably make that either a bookmark or starred. I guess you can save it as .savedsearch, or whatever it suggested.

I don't think Pop has the exact same function as Ubuntu in this regard.
 
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