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This article has a good summary of features removed from Nautilus 3.6:

http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2012/07/is-the-new-nautilus-a-ste...

It's pretty easy to replace Nautilus with Nemo though (the Cinnamon fork version that emulates the old Nautilus).




The fact that you have a fork which is basically a point-in-time frozen version of a tool whose newest version nobody wants to use is pretty telling.

The Gnome team would be wise to listen in on the feedback from the community. If they want a community that is. They seem to think that this "Gnome brand", "Gnome identity" and "Gnome platform" is the most important thing they need to concern themselves with these days.

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