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    Kali 2.0 - Right Click(No new document)[SOLVED!]

    If I recall on previous Kali Linux, if we right click on Desktop for example, there should be an option for "New Document" something, instead I have only "New Folder". I need the "New Document" when I right click.

    I've searched around, but can't seem to find one. Already done apt-get update && apt-get upgrade.

    Is there any solution for this, or if there is any thread that I might miss by any chance.

    Thanks in advance.

    EDIT:

    Somehow, I found the solutions after 2 days of finding. Here are the solutions.

    Here is an example image of the problem I had:

    guide-3.jpg

    In your root directory, find a folder named - Templates

    Code:
    $ cd Templates
    and if you list the file(s) inside it, there's a chance that it is empty.

    Code:
    $~/Templates# ls
    All you need to do, is to create a new file in it with name "New Document" by using your leafpad or any text editor.

    Code:
    $~/Templates# touch "New Document"
    guide-2.jpg

    That's it! You're done now. Try right clicking on any directory, and you can see that "New Document" option is in your right click!

    p/s: If you want, for example, add LibreOffice Writer in the right click option, simply open up your LibreOffice, no need to add any text in it, and save it to Templates folder, and name it as "LibreOffice Writer".

    guide-1.jpg

    Hope this help some people
    Last edited by cat_os; 2015-08-29 at 01:24. Reason: Solved the problem.

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    Solution Found!

    Somehow, I found the solutions after 2 days of finding. Here are the solutions.

    Here is an example image of the problem I had:

    guide-3.jpg

    In your root directory, find a folder named - Templates

    Code:
    $ cd Templates
    and if you list the file(s) inside it, there's a chance that it is empty.

    Code:
    $~/Templates# ls
    All you need to do, is to create a new file in it with name "New Document" by using your leafpad or any text editor.

    Code:
    $~/Templates# touch "New Document"
    guide-2.jpg

    That's it! You're done now. Try right clicking on any directory, and you can see that "New Document" option is in your right click!

    p/s: If you want, for example, add LibreOffice Writer in the right click option, simply open up your LibreOffice, no need to add any text in it, and save it to Templates folder, and name it as "LibreOffice Writer".

    guide-1.jpg

    Hope this help some people
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    Hello cat-os,
    I just wanted to pipe in and say THANK YOU for this, I'm going to set it up on my box soon!

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    I have accidentally delete my Templates folder. Do you know how to recreate it ?

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    Thanks for the tip, cat_os Worked just as you described, and is a good time-saver for me!

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    Just do a mkdir Templates from the root directory.

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    Thank you very much.
    Last edited by Eddi; 2015-11-15 at 12:10.

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    Glad this helps some people!
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    Respect cat_os !! Thank YOU for SHARING with ALL of us. Blessings be yours

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    Quote Originally Posted by cat_os View Post
    If I recall on previous Kali Linux, if we right click on Desktop for example, there should be an option for "New Document" something, instead I have only "New Folder". I need the "New Document" when I right click.

    I've searched around, but can't seem to find one. Already done apt-get update && apt-get upgrade.

    Is there any solution for this, or if there is any thread that I might miss by any chance.

    Thanks in advance.

    EDIT:

    Somehow, I found the solutions after 2 days of finding. Here are the solutions.

    Here is an example image of the problem I had:

    guide-3.jpg

    In your root directory, find a folder named - Templates

    Code:
    $ cd Templates
    and if you list the file(s) inside it, there's a chance that it is empty.

    Code:
    $~/Templates# ls
    All you need to do, is to create a new file in it with name "New Document" by using your leafpad or any text editor.

    Code:
    $~/Templates# touch "New Document"
    guide-2.jpg

    That's it! You're done now. Try right clicking on any directory, and you can see that "New Document" option is in your right click!

    p/s: If you want, for example, add LibreOffice Writer in the right click option, simply open up your LibreOffice, no need to add any text in it, and save it to Templates folder, and name it as "LibreOffice Writer".

    guide-1.jpg

    Hope this help some people
    thanks its working

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