Surftree is an applet that displays data organized in a spreadsheet as an expandable tree on a Web page. The tree can be 9 levels deep and have over 65,000 nodes. Each node can display up to 4 independent Web pages or JPG images. It works with Java 1.0 and 1.1+ and in any Web server environment.
RFind indexes the filenames of a given directory, and allows you to quickly search this index with regular expressions. Search-on-typing with more than 500,000 indexed filenames is easily possible. This tool attempts to be very configurable so that it can be useful to everyone. It features hierarchically presented search results, search-on-typing, and the ability to define rules to execute on mouse click.
Xfbook allows you to create virtual database filesystems and organize your files in a more high level and abstract way without losing the low-level hierarchical directory structure. You can create your own bookmark books with local files or files located across the SMB network by simple drag and drop from Xffm or Xfsamba.
Desktility is designed to make life easier on Mac users. Most Mac users tend to keep icons on the desktop. Mac OS X will occasionally move them around for various reasons, from changing monitor resolutions, running certain apps, or rebooting. Desktility resolves this problem by automatically resetting the icons back to their home positions, saving you from the tedious task of reorganizing them. It can also save and restore your app's window positions.
Martini is a powerful file manager. It was written with performance and user-friendliness in mind. It use HAL to find storage devices attached to the system and can mount them transparently. FAM is used to monitor file changes and ImLib2 is used to make thumbnails of image files. The program tries to be as compliant as possible to Freedesktop.org specifications such as mime-shared-info, thumbnail-spec, and icon-theme-spec. It uses plugins to create the view.