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I have added several dirs as bookmarks to nautilus and I want to know if there a way to assign keyboard shortcuts to some of them.

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Do you want to navigate to the bookmark while being within nautilus or do you want to open nautilus at the specific location when you use a keyboard shortcut? –  Marcel Stimberg Sep 16 '10 at 19:16
    
@MarcelStimberg Since the answer(s) below wasn't accepted, I assume Bauna was after the former: within Nautilus. There's a v similar / related question open here, suggestions and answers most welcome!! –  nutty about natty Apr 25 '13 at 7:03
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You can go into Keyboard Shortcuts and create a new "custom shortcut" as "nautilus ~/Documents".

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The ~ didn't work when I tried this on my Fedora 14 system. I had to specify the full path "/home/.../Documents". –  slm Feb 3 '12 at 16:37
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Well, your bookmarks can be found in the file ~/.gtk-bookmarks so you could hack something together but there is no built-in way (according to docs etc)

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