I've been using nautilus-open-terminal extension for a while now and once decided to try to open a terminal not right-clicking on the white space on the folder, but right-clicking the folder itself from its root directory, like opening a terminal in "/home/caio/Download" not by clicking on white space when nautilus is displaying the folder, but right-clicking the icon "Download" in /home/caio.
When I tried to do this, no terminal was opened and nautilus crashed.
Since then, nautilus will crash whenever I try to open e terminal from anywhere, doesn't matter if its on a folder's white space or on the folder icon, on the desktop, wherever. I tried removing nautilus-open-terminal and installing it again and the problem is still there.
What is strange is that if I log on to root or open nautilus as root and do this there's no problem at all... I guess there's some configuration file for my user left even when I remove nautilus-open-terminal, so that the problem keeps coming. I couldn't find it anywhere.
Does anyone know what I could do?