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    File Manager Menu Icon meaning

    When I open the File Manager and click the menu I see a series of icons. Normally when I "mouse over" I used see the meaning of the icon, New Folder, Cut Copy etc. However with 30 the mouse over function does not work with the File Manager Menu icons. Can someone point me to a place where these icons are described or tell me how to get mouse over working.
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    Re: File Manager Menu Icon meaning

    Hello ov10fac.

    Right click on the Menu - configure,then you will see this window.
    Just move those 2 buttons,and you will get what you After.

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    Re: File Manager Menu Icon meaning

    Ok, when I right click all I get is the same menu I get when I right click on any top bar not what you are showing.
    The icons I can't seem to find are the lower set next to "Edit" and I wonder why the mouse over isn't working.

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    Re: File Manager Menu Icon meaning

    Hello ov10fac.

    OK let's see why it is not working for you.

    I said right click om the icon left bottom where you have the icon that you click on,
    to go to what ever- Internet/office and so on.
    when you right click on the "Menu":



    One more option if you are on Gnome:


    Code:
    sudo dnf install menulibre
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    Re: File Manager Menu Icon meaning

    I must not be understanding you. There are no icons on the left bottom of the Nautilus screen. Right clicking the Files (Nautilus) icon doesn't produce the same effects either. I access Nautilus (Files) from my shortcuts menu on the left side of the desktop screen by clicking on that. I have tried right clicking the Files Icon there and in the software screens you get by clicking the icon with all the dots in the lower left of the Favorites Menu and still nothing like you describe. So I am somewhat perplexed. I tried menulibre but I don't see where that is giving me any help on what I need. Nothing under Files to modify the menu behavior.
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    Re: File Manager Menu Icon meaning

    have you try to install that package that I have add for you?
    that will help you with the menu editing.
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