Release Notes: This version features improved stability, new main menu items, and a lot of bug fixes.
Release Notes: This release is more focused on new features than the last few. Fast media preview using Gnome thumbnail factory, unselect with the same extension option, and time estimation on operation dialogs. Issues with AWN/Docky launcher should be partially fixed now. The application will remember active notebook. Some regression bugs were fixed as well.
Release Notes: After some code refactoring and bug fixes, drag and drop is working as expected with other applications. Cut, copy, and paste operations using keyboard and context menus were introduced.
Release Notes: Mostly bug and stability fixes with the addition of a file/directory properties dialog, command line parameters, and a new toolbar widget.
Release Notes: The GUI was tweaked a little bit to provide a more eye-pleasing experience, so you'll notice that the tab title bar has changed with nice rendering effects. The Ubuntu coloring method is available to those who are using Ambiance themes (or any theme with darker menu bars). A new startup method is in place that should solve all those problems with different Python versions.
Release Notes: Focused on bugfixes, this release brings some interesting changes. One of the most notable is the decision to manage mounts using GIO instead of DBus monitor, providing consistency with Nautilus.
Release Notes: This release doesn't bring many new features to the table. What it does bring is new toolbar management along with some factory base classes. The idea was to create a flexible toolbar mechanism that will allow people to create their own widgets without the need to understand the rest of the program code. If you are upgrading from a previous release, be sure to enable the default_toolbar plugin in preferences.
Release Notes: Initial drag and drop support is here. There is a Czech translation, notifications, and many other changes and additions.
Release Notes: Many changes were made, including VIM-style navigation, an interface for plugin management, and directory compare. A number of really annoying bugs were fixed. The program now works on Ubuntu Studio.
Release Notes: This release features i18n support (expect template files soon). Some UI changes include: show and hide command entry, hide tabs when there is only one tab open, and tab buttons can contain either icons (default) or text. The terminal tab finally has copy and paste buttons. An option is added to enable item selection with the right mouse button. This release handles tabs with long names. The interface is tweaked to fit more themes. Reserving file space in copy/move operations is optional and off by default.