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Old 28th March 2012, 06:53 AM
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Question F15 - nautilus, renaming file in Downloads folder failed

Hi, can't find any similar thread about this. Kindly excuse me if there is already one.

recently in Gnome3, the Nautilus when accessing to the Downloads folder, i am not able to rename any folder or file in it, though i can create and delete files and folders.

Any here please share. Your help in this is very much appreciated. Thanks.
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