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Ubuntu 12.04 (Gnome classic) Custom Application Launcher in Linux Mint 17

On Ubuntu 12.04 (in Gnome classic mode) I have a Custom Application Launcher that launches a small script, drop_on_me, whenever I drag and drop a URL from the address bar in Firefox or Chrome onto ...
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Dragging and dropping tabs between browsers

When dragging a tab from Firefox to Chrome/Chromium, or the other way, why is it not accepted by the other browser? One would expect the tab that was dragged over to appear together with the other ...
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Can I “drag” a file into a window without a file manager?

(I'm on Arch Linux, using i3 as my wm and xterm as my terminal emulator, though I don't know if any of that is relevant.) Occasionally, a website asks me to drag a file with my mouse from my desktop ...
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Which configuration option controls whether Nautilus “copies” or “moves” a file/folder on drag and drop for a remote target directory?

In the Nautilus file manager (Files 3.6.3), when dragging and dropping a file into a directory, the behaviour appears to be dependent on the file-system location of the target folder. (either local or ...
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Where to find the downloaded file after dragging a FTP URL to the terminal?

Usually, when I drag a link to the terminal, the link target is pasted in the terminal. However, when I just dragged a FTP link from Chromium to my Terminal (first result on Google for "ftp pdf", ...
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Desktop environment agnostic folder backdrop for wmaker

I recently stripped down my debian box, abandoning all desktop environments and running just WindowMaker with some self-written startup files. While I love the simplicity and speed of this setup, ...
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Right button drag with synaptics

I thought it would be useful to tap-and-drag with two fingers, which would represent dragging with right mouse button. But after reviewing synaptic man options I can't see any option close to this. Is ...
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Parse a dragged path from a remote machine

I am writing an application that needs to be able to parse a path that is dragged from a remote server onto the command line. However, when I drag a path from a remote machine to the terminal I get ...
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How do I change the drag and drop threshold in Linux? (I'm using Gnome 3)

I'm not sure if it's a gnome setting or something deeper into the Linux OS, but I'd like to change the drag and drop threshold. It happens too often on my clickable touchpad that I try clicking and ...
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How do I install userscripts in Chrome on Linux?

Help! The only way that Chrome allows userscripts to be installed now is by downloading the file to my local system then dragging and dropping it into the extension manager interface. However when I ...
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“Drag'n'Drop-Execute” functionality in KDE

In Windows you can drag and drop a file into an executable and the executable will be launched with the file as it's first argument. Is such functionality possible on Linux? I'm using OpenSUSE 12.1 ...
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How do I make a droplet/.app in platypus for my unix command?

This is my sample code from the platypus tutorial. I am trying to make it work with a command named pymol, and I want it to open .pdb files or open just pymol. I know nothing about perl, but I have ...
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File manager with spring-loaded folders?

One thing I miss about Finder, Mac OS X's file manager, is the spring-loaded folder function where if you drag a file(s) over another folder long enough, the folder would open and you can "navigate" ...
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Drag and drop between windows in tiling i.e. minimalist WMs?

Do any any minimal WMs, like scrotwm or xmonad (OR any others), support drag and drop between windows out of the box? If so which? If not, is there a way to enable such functionality? A classic ...