Provided by: nautilus-scripts-manager_2.0-1_all
nautilus-scripts-manager - easy tool for nautilus scripts management
This manual page documents briefly the nautilus-scripts-manager command. nautilus-scripts-manager is a program that allows any user to easily manage installed Nautilus scripts.
-h, --help Show summary of options. -v, --version Show version of program.
One (and only one) of the following commands can be passed: -e, --enable=ENABLE Enable script ENABLE. -d, --disable=DISABLE Disable script DISABLE. -l, --list-enabled List enabled scripts. -a, --list-available List available scripts. If no command is provided, the graphical interface is started.
-e, --position=POSITION In conjunction with -e or -d: establish the position of the script (can be just a name, or a path with slashes - quote it if it contains spaces).
nautilus-scripts-manager and this manual page were written by Pietro Battiston <email@example.com>. This manual page was written for the Debian project (but may be used by others). July 14, 2009 NAUTILUS-SCRIPTS-MANAGER(1)