Here's my heretical post for the week:
There is one bit of functionality that I use and value while working in Windows that I miss when I'm using Gnome:
In XP, the standard File->Open or File->Save dialog box opens and I can rename, delete, copy or paste files that appear in the dialog. So for instance, if I'm saving a file and I want to rename one of the other files in that folder before I do the save, I can do it with a simple right-click to bring up the context menu.
As far as I'm aware, the standard GTK file open dialog doesn't let me do this. Of course I'm very very good at being wrong, so please let me know if I am.
Do the standard KDE open/save dialogs provide this functionality?
And is there any way to achieve similar functionality in Gnome or KDE if indeed it's not there?