WiNshortcut

Nautilus Scripts

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Description:

This script allows you to open a windows internet shortcut on Linux.

Supported internet browsers:
> Firefox

Installation:
1. simply unpack the archive anywhere you like
2. open the script file with a text editor (for ex. gedit) and modify the location of firefox binary if needed
3. copy open-WiNshortcut file to the "~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/" directory

To open an internet shortcut from windows just right click on it, choose scripts > open-WiNshortcut, it should open in a new tab or window (You can set this in firefox).

vapor0

13 years ago

"open a Windows Internet shortcut on linux"

What do you mean? Does it create a new menu item? Or does it just replace all the default firefox icons with this one?

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freakcode

13 years ago

I guess it's a plugin to Nautilus so people can open Windows's shortcut files on Linux.

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