[CentOS] Color Coded Labels (Like OSX)

Thu Jul 30 12:55:19 UTC 2009
Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos at br-online.de>

Christopher Rushton wrote:
> Hi, I was wondering if there was a way to do something similar to Mac
> OSX color label, where you can highlight a file or group of files and
> assign them a color, making different files more obvious.  For
> example, my files which are finished with are colored green and those
> which haven't been worked on are red, etc.  This means, even with
> files of the same type, I can clearly see which ones need work doing
> to them.

Not quite the same, but if you are using nautilus, you can give
"Emblems" to files.

Just select a file or two, right-click, Properties->Emblems

I bet konqueror under KDE can do the same.


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