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Nautilus-Actions 3.2.3 is out

We are pleased, happy and proud to announce the latest stable release of Nautilus-Actions!

What is it ?

Nautilus-Actions is a Nautilus extension whose principal function is to allow the user to add arbitrary actions to the file manager context menus. These actions may be organized in menus and submenus, exported and shared with other desktop environments.

What is new in this release ?

Nautilus-Actions 3.2.3 is mainly a bugfix release.

Some translations have been updated.

See NEWS and the full ChangeLog (or on the Gnome site) for all details.

Nautilus-Actions 3.2.3 may be built and has been thoroughly tested both against Gtk+ 2.0 (Ubuntu 10, Fedora 14) and Gtk+ 3.0 (Ubuntu 13, Fedora 19).

Some words about the 3.1/3.2 series

The first goal of Nautilus-Actions 3.1 serie is to migrate menus, actions and user preferences from GConf.

Compiling with GConf is now only required when we have menus, actions or user preferences to migrate to the new system. New users may just get rid of it.

Packagers and sysadmins should really read the README-GCONF file.

Some words about the 3.x serie

Please note that due to the renaming of some parameters, actions or menus created / updated with the versions 2.99.0 and later may not be fully compatible with Nautilus-Actions 2.30.x and earlier.

Nautilus-Actions 3.2.3 is available for download at:

    sha1sum: af3b8017a13feeda221a52cfef4e61bea659e436
     md5sum: 99a8dad5b92503e5475186b80547e840

Home page is here:

Bug reports are always welcomed at

All discussions relative to Nautilus-Actions can be posted to one of its three dedicated mailing lists:

Have a lot of fun with it!