Não consigo encontrar as configurações globais para corrigir colunas visíveis no gerenciador de arquivos 'arquivos'. Repito: Configurações globais para todo o sistema, portanto, não por diretório.
Obrigado por ajudar a sair.
I can't find the global settings to fix visible columns in the 'Files' file manager. I repeat: Global settings for the whole system thus NOT per directory.
Thanks for helping out.
nautilus (the 'Files' manager), open the Edit menu and select Preferences.
In the appearing configuration window, navigate to the List columns tab. You should see a list of checkboxes like the one in my screen shot below:
Simply select your preferred default columns you want to see here.
However, if you ever manually changed the columns for a single folder only, that folder got its own configuration, which has a higher priority than the global defaults this method has set. Therefore it won't take effect in these directories.
You must reset the view settings for those directories manually using one of these methods:
To reset all folder-specific view settings everywhere, delete all files in
You should do this from a terminal using the command
Then restart Nautilus (there's a daemon running in the background as well!) using the command
nautilus -q ; nautilus -n & disown
For Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS Bionic
Open Terminal with Ctrl-Alt-T
sudo apt-get install dconf-tools
Open dconf-editor using
org/gnome/nautilus/list-view/default-visible-columns. There you can edit the custom value field with the name of the columns you would like to be as the default view for all your folders.
Also, you can go to
org/gnome/nautilus/list-view/default-column-order and set the default order the columns will appear as per your desire.
In 18.04.1 and beyond GUI method Click Files then Preferences and you'll get this:
Check the boxes for the information you'd like to see in list view and close the Preferences dialog box.