>this is still an acceptable way of picking files in Linux
>no thumbnails so have to either scroll through files until you find the right file or open up your file manager
file pickers are shit anyway, even when they're not as shitty as gtk's.
just let me drag&drop my shit in from a decent file manager, instead of making me use a shitty crippled one in a shitty dialog window
>tfw this is the reason that is delaying the year of linux desktop
Windows file chooser:
+ lets you resize the thumbnails and change viwing mode
+ lets you create new file/folder / copy/paste/cut/move shit around
+ lets you frigging drop links on the location tab
>pacman -S chromium kdebase-kdialog
Chromium will automatically detect KDialog and use that instead of the gtk file picker.
That's not a bug, it's a feature request.
I kno right, it's ridiculous but real bugs get solved a lot faster (at least whit heartbleed and shellshock).
Isn't it funny how we still use X11? That shit's probably older than me and do I feel old sometimes.
Ranger with image/video/file previews m8
Wrong, the software you're using is the problem since it tries to roll it's own file Explorer rather than using Windows a piece for the default one. The result is a hacked together piece of shit.
The regular Windows file picker doesn't work as expected either, can't even handle dragged files.
The fact that you are this dumb on a tech board amazes me. Once again a software issue with IE. Nothing to do with the OS itself.
Maybe you should tell the devs to not make shit then on windows.
No, thats a missing feature of the file picker.
On any other platform you can just drag any file into the file picker and it will select it. The Windows file picker does not support this, instead it will try to copy the file.
This is a problem unless the applications works around this by providing its own drag and drop handler. Being able to just work with a file you have open in the file explorer is a really common use case and should be always available when you have to select a file, there is zero reason why they wouldn't support this.
You can drag a file to the "pick file" button. plz 2 b learning computer.
>Deals with files? CHECK
>Can pick individual files? CHECK
>having to open or bring up your full file browser to drag an image to upload because your retarded OS has a shitty broken file picker
Excuses are like assholes, every GNU/Linux user has one.
>>this is still an acceptable way of picking files in Linux
Fucking kill yourself
>having to navigate back to the file cause your shitty file browser cant handle dragging from the file browser
No you cannot, see >>52384502
Stop shouting child
Now tell me how those two are not using GNU/Linux
>implying i need to use a de
I dont need to be handheld with what applications i install.
>Ubuntu cemented GNOME's popularity
>GNOME cemented GTK's popularity
>GTK ruins everything
If Canonical had picked KDE as the default back in 2004, then we'd now be living in the decade of the Linux/Qt desktop.
>FOUR different colours is his $PS1
gstreamer is dogshit and always was.
22 deps for one application to show thumbnails?
Even if its an option, 39+ deps for ONE APPLICATION, the fuck does it need its entire install for one thing.
FOSS philosophy when?
Sounds like you use ubuntu, enjoy your botnet
Don't give me you botnet fucking bullshit, retard.
I use a phone
I pay with a credit card
I own a car
I use public WiFi time to time
I don't have tinfoil on so I cannot be traced
I have a TV
I have more than one account in various online media
And I don't tape my webcams or front camera because I actually have a life and go out in the sunlight
Enjoy the rest of your miserable life in your mom's basement and typing furiously in your keyboard, smelly fat NEET