[razor-qt] PCManFM Qt 0.1.0 released.

Jerome Leclanche adys.wh at gmail.com
Tue Mar 26 13:25:45 UTC 2013


Thanks, this is brilliant.

Some early feedback; I'm guessing you're aware of most of it:

 - UX for when going to a directory that doesn't exist is pretty bad; I
would suggest graying out the background and either an infobar or a
chrome-style error message with a button to create the directory.
 - "Operation is not supported" on the gvfs stuff: the icons should be
hidden or grayed out if they are unusable.
 - My cursor gets stuck to the "Waiting..." cursor after clicking about in
the left panel.
 - Please implement zooming in/out with ctrl mousewheel and ctrl+/- :)
 - Applications in Open With / Properties have no icons
 - There's no way to permanently delete a file without moving it to the
trash (shift-del)
 - "Open with pcmanfm-qt" on directories makes no sense :-)
 - Should be able to open directories in new tabs (ctrl+dblclick /
rightclick->open in new tab)
 - Compress menu item doesn't do anything
 - Any way to filter current directory? (ctrl+f foo and only the matching
items stay)

Very cool stuff otherwise. I love that we have quite a few solid qt file
managers now :)

J. Leclanche


On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 2:42 AM, PCMan <pcman.tw at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello world,
> I just released PCManFM Qt file manager 0.1.0.
> The tarball is available for download here.
>
>
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/pcmanfm/files/PCManFM%20%2B%20Libfm%20%28tarball%20release%29/
>
> You'll need libfm to build it (which is included in many distros).
>
> This release contains no thumbnail support.
> However a fully working thumbnail support is already in the git.
> Because this requires some changes to the upstream libfm library,
> it's scheduled for the next release and not make public at the moment.
>
> To turn on the desktop icon management feature, run with the command:
> > pcmanfm-qt --desktop
>
> Generally it's a good idea to add this command to your session startup
> script.
>
> To turn the desktop icon manager off again, do this:
> > pcmanfm-qt --desktop-off
>
> If you don't want to use the desktop icons, you can still add the
> command to your session startup script:
> > pcmanfm-qt --daemon
>
> In this way, it will becomes a background daemon. Every time you need
> to open a folder with pcmanfm-qt, it can be shown "immediately".
>
> Thank you.
>
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