Release Notes: A new rename extension that uses audio/video metadata. A tool for finding files. The key bindings editor is finally here. Many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: A new rename extension and bookmark key bindings were added. Many internal changes were made to prepare for integration of archive and remote file systems. The system terminal plugin will force the shell to update the window title string properly.
Release Notes: An advanced rename tool and terminal drag and drop were implemented. Some major bugs related to operation dialogs were fixed, as well as window positioning on systems without window manager smart placement. A Hungarian translation was added.
Release Notes: In this version, two new features were introduced: configurable shortcuts and creating a file from predefined templates. Shortcuts are configurable, but the user interface for doing so is still in the making. Instead, you can manually edit the accelerators file in the configuration directory. A lot of issues have been fixed, resulting in improved performance and overall nicer code.
Release Notes: The history browser and expandable tabs are new features available in this release. The method used for executing files is significantly improved and should work properly now. A list sorting bug is fixed for those who don't like case-sensitive sort.
Release Notes: The focus in this release is on new features like the ability to unmount items, tab close buttons, and display file size in a more friendly way. Status bars have 3 display modes now (always, when needed, or never) giving users more control over the interface. Problems with the global menu should be resolved now. Making command line parameters optional and removing the unused imports dependency list is now smaller for 2 packages.
Release Notes: This version features improved stability, new main menu items, and a lot of bug fixes.