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new variable terminal entry in contextmenu

Project description


is an extension for nautilus, which adds an context-entry for opening other editor then gnome-terminal.



User install:

pip install --user nautilus_open_any_terminal

System-wide install:

sudo pip install nautilus_open_any_terminal

Then kill Nautilus to allow it to load the new extension:

nautilus -q

If it does not work, try using the following command (from this repository):

sudo tools/ install    # for a user install
sudo tools/ install  # for a system-wide install


via dconf-editor

via commandline

gsettings set com.github.stunkymonkey.nautilus-open-any-terminal terminal alacritty
gsettings set com.github.stunkymonkey.nautilus-open-any-terminal keybindings '<Ctrl><Alt>t'

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