nemo / nautilus: any way to only show non-service accounts on ownership dialog?

I’m on Mint v19.2 Cinnamon in case it is relevant. I am using Nemo (fork of Nautilus) as my file manager, which is the default for Cinnamon.

I am curious if anyone knows:

A) a way to restrict the selectable user/group options in the ownership the dialog to something less wieldly to use such as root + non-service accounts, range of user / group id, some configurable list. I’m looking more for configurations I may not be aware of / that aren’t documented or alternate linux file explorers which may provide this ability.

or

B) a way to make the user/group drop-downs pre-select on keypress. e.g. I press “r” it jumps to “root”, I press “z” it jumps to “zpangwin”, etc

I only have 4 real users (uid > 1000) and a handful of groups. So 99.99% of the time, being able to quickly select one of these from GUI would be fine. I think I could live with dropping to terminal for the 0.01% of the time when I am not dealing with root/normal accounts (which I don’t think I have EVER had to thus far) 🙂

I am aware that I could create aliases and just drop to the terminal… looking for a way to do this more easily without having to drop to terminal all the time.

Nemo Ownership dialog

Too many options

Have two steamworks accounts?

I am finishing my game project and I already have my steamworks registration, I am just fine-tuning details and preparing marketing for the start.

But I look a little short of cash, I would like to invest more in marketing, when I heard this, a friend recommended that I sell some educational games that I had done a while ago (type “dora the explorer”) but I don’t want to publish them in my account , since my current project is a game of gore, blood, violence etc. I don’t think it’s right that they are “together”, can I generate a new steamworks account to publish my other games?

I have not found anything in the document confirming that yes or no

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