Nautilus Scripts by troikas
S.S.re (simply smart renamer) It has happened in many they want are renamed, certain files in a file that contains very a lot of files. In a file with 50 files want are renamed the 1 10 and the 20, then will open the file with the files will search and rename with right clik what I want. I...
Sep 08 2010
Nautilus Scripts by petrakis
Rgb/Hex Color picker for webdevelopers and not only.Dependency is python-webkitUPDATED BY REQUEST, NOW IS WEBKIT BASED Very simple usage. Check the codes of selected color, darken or lighten the scheme. Package contains: python file Color-Picker hidden folder .colorchart with view.html...
Oct 19 2011
Nautilus Scripts by superpiwi
is a small script for batch conversion files in nautilus: image file + template = new productive wallpaper Dependencies: - zenity - imagemagick Install Copy script in /home/user/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/
Jun 10 2010
Nautilus Scripts by prex
This nautilus extension add a Property Page where you can easily check the hash of your file.
Apr 03 2010
Nautilus Scripts by razerraz
Mailpictures is a nautilus extension in gtk/perl, designed to be a more featured nautilus-sendto alternative / replacement. If there are data files in the selection : Create a zip archive in case of several files The minimal number of files for archive create can be set in the main windowIf...
Nov 24 2009
Nautilus Scripts by melmsly
Based on the resize image script by Meinhard Benn. This script rotates the selected image files by x degrees (defaults are 90 and 180) see http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Resize+Image?content=110541
Oct 06 2009
Nautilus Scripts by Simzer
description Downloads a random wallpaper from NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/archivepix.html to ~/wallpaper directory and set it to background. synopsis ./random-nasa-wallpaper.pl
May 01 2010
Nautilus Scripts by nix17
It\\\'s a simple bash script to archive your directory with cpio compression metod. copy the script in .gnome2/nautilus-script, the version is 0.1 i\\\'d like to have suggestion :D
Jul 17 2009
Nautilus Scripts by hemanth
For the input either use bash's tab completion, which will automatically put in backslashes as appropriate, or the user should quote it. Sample : To add $ f -a "hemanth.hm nerd +919449167054" $ To search $ f "nerd" $ hemanth.hm nerd +919449167054
Jun 07 2009
Nautilus Scripts by rmanola
This script enables you to encrypt files using a pre-made gpg key, without the necessity of entering password. For files: xxx.* -> xxxx.gpg Pops out a window asking the private key for being used. Encrypts the file and securely erases it with "wipe" program. After a sucessful decrypt, it...
Aug 24 2009