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emelFM2

emelFM2 is a file manager that implements the popular two-pane design. It features a simple GTK interface, a flexible file typing scheme, and a built-in command line for executing commands without opening an xterm.

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  •  27 Feb 2014 06:48

    Release Notes: This release includes minor UI updates, some commandline option changes, workarounds for GTK+ 3.8/3.10 deprecated objects, API, and missing icons, and bugfixes.

    •  27 Sep 2013 03:00

      Release Notes: This release enables reversion to old-style auto-updating of directory-histories; extra archive types in the unpack plugin; adds a plugin for 'destroying' selected items; and provides build-time support for some customized UI arrangements.

      •  03 Jan 2013 00:38

        Release Notes: This release provides minor UI refinements, minor feature additions, better operation on gtk3, and bugfixes.

        •  15 May 2012 00:57

          Release Notes: This release includes an additional default filetype for xz archives, more tolerant file copying when the ACL plugin is loaded, improved behaviour on GTK+ 3, several bugfixes, and updated translations.

          •  24 Jul 2011 02:22

            Release Notes: This version can be built and run on GTK 3. Some build parameters were changed to handle this. Several bugs were fixed.

            Recent comments

            28 Dec 2008 05:46 br1g4nt3

            Re: Feature Request...


            > hi ,

            >

            > EmelFM2 is the best FM ,

            >

            > only one thing i want know...

            >

            > ...is possibile to set an icon for one

            > type of file or for a directory ?

            >

            > the file identification would be

            > immediate.... ..view an icon instead

            > then read the *.sh *.cpp *.pl files , is

            > a great thing no?

            >

            > thanx for your great work.

            >

            >

            i've forgeted one mini-screenshot...

            http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=Pq1iiFqA

            hi!

            28 Dec 2008 05:14 br1g4nt3

            Feature Request...
            hi ,

            EmelFM2 is the best FM ,

            only one thing i want know...

            ...is possibile to set an icon for one type of file or for a directory ?

            the file identification would be immediate.... ..view an icon instead then read the *.sh *.cpp *.pl files , is a great thing no?

            thanx for your great work.

            08 Dec 2008 17:06 hummelpanzer

            Feature Request: Keyboard shortcut for bookmark menu
            Hi! I'd like to request a little feature: It would be nice to be able to add a keyboard shortcut to open the bookmarks menu on panel 1 and two. Eg. ALT+F1 opens bookmark menu on panel 1, and ALT+F2 opens bookmark menu on panel 2.

            th x in advance

            16 May 2007 03:55 tomphan

            Re: disc free in status


            > emelFM2 rocks, but i miss a little

            > status information about free space in

            > current directory. would be nice to see

            > it in status instead of having to df

            > everytime to check.

            Status line is already over-full, to the extent of sometimes garbled text when queued file operations are in progress. I'd recommend adding a keybinding which runs a suitable shell command, like stat -f ... (there's already a default user-command which does something like that)

            16 May 2007 03:46 tomphan

            Re: disc free in status


            > also would be nice to see emelfm to get

            > minimized to system tray.

            emelFM2 doesn't know anything about desktop environment in which it operates. Maybe you could explore something like alltray http://alltray.sourceforge.net

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