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I made a shortcut to my home folder by dragging and dropping it to the panel.

Is there a way that I can drag and drop files to that applet in order to save the file in the folder location?

What I really want is to make a shortcut to one of my Ubuntu One folders, that when I drag and drop a file, selected text or url to that applet, it saved the dropped 'element' in the folder for synchronization purposes.

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If you are still using ubuntu, I hope you are using 11.04 with Unity because there is a launcher with this capability!

http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2011/05/drag-and-drop-ubuntuone-file-uploader-for-the-ubuntu-unity-launcher/

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Also, Ubuntu One just upgraded the free storage to 5Gb! – Gruzzles Jul 29 '11 at 14:56

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