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Re: [K12OSN] lightweight file manager?



On Tue, 18 January 2005 23:17, Robert Arkiletian wrote:
> Kevin Squire wrote:
> 
> >>I'm trying ROX at home BUT...
> >>You can't copy/paste more than 1 file at a time. Try 
selecting a bunch
> >>of files with the mouse and right click to copy, it's greyed 
out.
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >When you want to copy a bunch of file,
> >you can open a second ROX window (Right click, and choose 
from the
> >windows option) then drag-n-drop.  You may have to
> >experiment once or twice to find the copy.  I have mine set 
to when ever
> >I drag-n-drop it asks if I want to copy/move/link.  A 
Ctrl-Drag will
> >always copy.
> >
> >
> >  
> >
> Your right drag/drop works with multiple files.  Thanks.
> 
> BTW has anyone tried the new XFFM with XFCE 4.2. It's getting 
very nice. 
> There is even a GUI installer that compiles everything for 
you. XFCE 4.2 
> is great. It even has kiosk mode. I am happy with IceWM at 
school but I 
> use XFCE at home.

Interesting, your comments. 

I really think that Xfce is getting it.  They did a great job 
with the installer.  Works like a charm.  And the filer is 
really making great headway. 

However, as much as I keep trying to like and use Xfce, 
I keep returning to IceWM for it's speed, simplicity, staying 
out of my way, and just getting work done as much as I can, 
along with Kde for it's apps plus Krusader 1.51+.  

XWC has it's good points.  For a minimal setup, the old Midnight 
Commander is probably the least resource intensive of all the 
decent file managers.  But, there are many, many strong 
opinions on file managers.  There really is nothing to do but 
give some of them a try.  

regards,
Richard.
 
 
> Robert Arkiletian
> C++ GUI tutorial http://fltk.org/links.php?V219


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