Release Notes: This release has a variety of small, mainly UI-related, tuneups and bugfixes. The copy and move plugins work again.
Release Notes: This version includes a few bugfixes and minor feature enhancements. Renaming on case-insensitive filesystems now works properly.
Release Notes: Changes in this release include: a variety of UI tweaks, including reinstated 'drag-selection'; compile-time options to use Linux kernel file-alteration-monitoring mechanisms; updated fr and ja translations; and minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version provides fixes for various bugs, updated documentation, and some minor new features.
Release Notes: libc implementations other than the GNU variety are now supported. Bugs related to UI were fixed. The user guides were updated.
Release Notes: Compatibility with Gtk+2.4.x versions has been improved. Some issues with supermount mount points have been resolved and the internal cache now saves real values correctly. There is a new commandline completion system that is utf8 safe and can complete program names from PATH. There are new chainable keybindings. The old keybinding and action system has been removed.
Release Notes: This release requires Gtk+ 2.4 and includes some fixes for it. Other changes include preliminary i18n support, a new mkdir dialog, and some new commandline options.
Release Notes: This release introduced panebars, which are new configurable tool bars above the file panes. In addition, the aliases now have another option to stop processing after a successful match. The bookmarks action is now able to only show a certain folder of your bookmarks. There were also many bugfixes and minor improvements.
Release Notes: This release features a new icon, a major change to command handling, a new regexp based alias system, and the file panes are freely resizeable. There is now also command line help.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new flexible bookmark system with a context menu to add or delete items. Several bugs have been fixed: file actions may use system commands now and toolbar mnemonics always work. Additionally, there are some minor feature enhancements: the missing "open in other" action was added, relative symlinks are possible, and the default popup position for dialogs can be adjusted.