I definitely see a lot of value in that. There doesn't seem to be a
tremendous amount of information on that out there. I did find
that may help.
On Mon, Mar 13, 2017 at 4:05 PM, Alessio Ciregia <alciregi(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Following the previous article about Nautilus and shell script, what
a brief article about Nautilus Templates?
I've found this feature useful just today.
There is a Templates folder under the home dir: if you place files there
(txt, odt, html, whatever) in the contextual menu that appears with the
right click on a directory you will have a submenu called, exactly,
Templates. It is something like "create empty file" in the current
directory. Well, the file could be not empty, but as the word says: a
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