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Welcome to G-Script
Nautilus File Manager Scripts

File System Management
Scripts that managing file permissions, location, etc.


All Scripts
Filter_displayed_files      
By... Conor Beverland     conorbev@gmail.com

script allows you to specify a space separated list of shell globs and
have nautilus display only the matching files in the current directory.
I've allowed a list so you can do things like filter the displayed files for '*.jpg *.jpeg *.png' etc...

The script works by taking advantage of the fact that if you set
nautilus to not display hidden files then it will also parse a file
called .hidden and not display entries in it either. So, if you are
already using the .hidden file I wouldn't recommend using this script as
it will delete it when * is given as a filter (or when the filter
matches all non-hidden files for that matter). One annoying thing is
that you have to hit ctrl-r to refresh after running the script.
 
Mount_Image      
By... Magnus Anderson     anderson@sonic2000.org

A script that will mount ISO, CUE and NRG files with ease.
It will use cdemu to mount cue/bin files.
Gnomesu is used to make sure users are able to mount images even tough we have no fstab entry
 
Mount_Samba_Share      
By... Dan Allen     dan.j.allen@gmail.com

This script will mount a selected windows (smb) share. To use
this script within nautilus, it is necessary to first browse the
smb:/ protocol for a folder to mount. Right click on the folder
and choose the script "Mount share...", which will prompt for a
password and then execute the mount command. It is required that
the username and password be specified in a file named ~/.smb.cnf.
 
attachtoTBmail      
By... Eddy     ed42(AT)free(DOT)fr

This Nautilus script attaches a selection of files to a Thunderbird mail. It prompts to reduce jpeg files if any. In english and French.
 
burn_dir      
By... Michael Petullo     mike(AT)flyn(DOT)org

Uses bbbdir (burn-baby-burn) available at www.flyn.org/projects/bbb/index.html - to burn a directory.
 
create_symbolic_links      
By... Jon Green     g-scripts[at]green-lines[dot]com

Create symbolic link(s) on the desktop to the object(s) selected, or to the enclosing directory if not. A script for use (only) with Nautilus. Requires either 'zenity', or slight hacking to use something else.
 
envoiftp      
By... Coffee     kaizoku.alucard(AT)gmail(DOT)com

Send file or directory to a ftp directory. It is configurable and multi language. Don't forget to eidt values between "Debut de la zone editable" and "Fin de la zone editable" (there is comments to help you)
 
filename_encoding_converter      
By... Adam Kane     kane.adam@gmail.com

Use this script to convert file names with special characters between Windows-1252 and UTF-8 encoded file systems. The script can be easily modified to convert between any encoding to any other encoding.
 
mountiso      
By... Coffee

This script is for mounting/unmounting isos
 
send_file_to_blutooth_device      
By... Carlos Jimenez     carlosjimenezdelgado@gmail.com

This script send a file to a bluetooh device
 
smbmount      
By... Dan Allen     dan.j.allen(AT)gmail(DOT)com

This script will mount a selected windows (smb) share. To use this script within nautilus, it is necessary to first browse the smb:/ protocol for a folder to mount. Right click on the folder and choose the script "Mount share...", which will prompt for a password and then execute the mount command. It is required that the username and password be specified in a file named ~/.smb.cnf.Uses bbbdir (burn-baby-burn) available at www.flyn.org/projects/bbb/index.html - to burn a directory.