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Hi Liam, there used to be a .gtk-bookmarks file in your home directory you could edit to control what Places pointed to. It appears the file has moved in Fedora 18. Look in ~/.config/gtk-3.0/bookmarks. By default the file should look like this:

file:///home/username/Documents

file:///home/username/Music

file:///home/username/Pictures

file:///home/username/Videos

file:///home/username/Downloads

You should be able to edit that file to change or remove the entries, or add additional entries. You can probably add remote locations too via a url pointing to the protocol.

Hi Liam, there used to be a .gtk-bookmarks file in your home directory you could edit to control what Places pointed to. It appears the file has moved in Fedora 18. Look in ~/.config/gtk-3.0/bookmarks. By default the file should look like this:

file:///home/username/Documents

file:///home/username/Documents file:///home/username/Music

file:///home/username/Music

file:///home/username/Pictures file:///home/username/Videos

file:///home/username/Pictures

file:///home/username/Videos

file:///home/username/Downloads

You should be able to edit that file to change or remove the entries, or add additional entries. You can probably add remote locations too via a url pointing to the protocol.

Hi Liam, there used to be a .gtk-bookmarks file in your home directory you could edit to control what Places pointed to. It appears the file has moved in Fedora 18. Look in ~/.config/gtk-3.0/bookmarks. By default the file should look like this:

file:///home/username/Documents file:///home/username/Documents

file:///home/username/Music file:///home/username/Pictures

file:///home/username/Music

file:///home/username/Videos

file:///home/username/Pictures

file:///home/username/Videos

file:///home/username/Downloads

You should be able to edit that file to change or remove the entries, or add additional entries. You can probably add remote locations too via a url pointing to the protocol.