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Problems on Recent options in gnome-nautilus

IDLE 3

sudo dnf install python3-idle

fedora 28 workstation

Hello pals, if we open a python file e.g. foo3.py , right-click "Open with IDLE 3" , then save modifications , although opening the file is enough.
After that the file is not showed on Recent option in nautilus, but if we open the same file with "Text Editor" (gedit) the file does is showed there.

Is there a solution for that?
Is there another option to find recently files, folders, etc on linux?

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Problems on Recent options in gnome-nautilus

IDLE 3

sudo dnf install python3-idle

fedora 28 workstation

Hello pals, if the "recent" options in nautilus doesn't show the recently opened file.
If
we open a python file e.g. foo3.py , right-click "Open with IDLE 3" , then save modifications , although opening the file is enough.
After that the file is not showed on Recent option in nautilus, but if we open the same file with "Text Editor" (gedit) the file does is showed there.

Is there a solution for that?
Is there another option to find recently files, folders, etc on linux?

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Problems on Recent options in gnome-nautilus

IDLE 3

sudo dnf install python3-idle

fedora 28 workstation

Hello pals, the "recent" options in nautilus doesn't show the recently opened file.
If we open a python file e.g. foo3.py , right-click "Open with IDLE 3" , then save modifications , although opening the file is enough.
After that the file is not showed on Recent option in nautilus, but if we open the same file with "Text Editor" (gedit) the file does is showed there.

Is there a solution for that?
Is there another option to find recently files, folders, etc on linux?

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Problems on Recent options "Recent" item in gnome-nautilus

IDLE 3

sudo dnf install python3-idle

fedora 28 workstation

Hello pals, the "recent" options in nautilus doesn't show the recently opened file.
If we open a python file e.g. foo3.py , right-click "Open with IDLE 3" , then save modifications , although opening the file is enough.
After that the file is not showed on Recent option in nautilus, but if we open the same file with "Text Editor" (gedit) the file does is showed there.

Is there a solution for that?
Is there another option to find recently files, folders, etc on linux?

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Problems on "Recent" item in gnome-nautilusgnome-nautilus sidebar

IDLE 3

sudo dnf install python3-idle

fedora 28 workstation

Hello pals, the "recent" options in nautilus doesn't show the recently opened file.
If we open a python file e.g. foo3.py , right-click "Open with IDLE 3" , then save modifications , although opening the file is enough.
After that the file is not showed on Recent option in nautilus, but if we open the same file with "Text Editor" (gedit) the file does is showed there.

Is there a solution for that?
Is there another option to find recently files, folders, etc on linux?

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But if we open the file by richt-click "Open With Other Application and select "IDLE 3" , the file does is showed there on "Files" in the Recent item.

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Problems on "Recent" item in gnome-nautilus sidebar

IDLE 3

sudo dnf install python3-idle

fedora 28 workstation

Hello pals, the "recent" options in nautilus doesn't show the recently opened file.
If we open a python file e.g. foo3.py , by double click or right-click "Open with IDLE 3" , then save modifications , although opening the file is enough.
After that the file is not showed on Recent option in nautilus, but if we open the same file with "Text Editor" (gedit) the file does is showed there.

Is there a solution for that?
Is there another option to find recently files, folders, etc on linux?

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But if we open the file by richt-click "Open With Other Application and select "IDLE 3" , the file does is showed there on "Files" in the Recent item.

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