GFileRunner is a GNOME file manager aimed to be a nicer, faster, and more powerful replacement for the current popular file manager, Nautilus.
|Tags||Desktop Environment File Managers|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release includes desktop support, a new image caching system, basic drag and drop, a module/plugin system, and many other improvements.
Release Notes: Major improvements in this release include multiple window support, mostly-working transfers (cut/copy/paste), a better preferences backend, a new menu generation system, on-the-fly theme switching (mostly working), a tooltip for file information, consistant and fast sorting, better stability, an inline image viewer, and as always, more speed.
Release Notes: This release features an asynchronous Gdk-Pixbuf loading core for all non-cached icons for extra speed, better theming (slightly different from the old theming), and sorting. The sub-menus should also be more sane. Unfortunately, moving, duplicating, and symlinking files (local and remote) is not yet possible.
Release Notes: There are many build process related fixes, and also a couple of fixes that caused crashes on startup. A very basic/incomplete config file has been added. Scripts and Templates were completely redone to be much faster.
Release Notes: A fix for a big scripts bug, fixes for AntiAliased mode, and a new "Make GFileRunner Script" template.