Sunflower is a small and highly customizable twin-panel file manager for Linux with support for plugins. It is intended to be an easy-to-use and powerful file manager that seamlessly integrates into the GNOME desktop environment.
This release adds resizable panels,
the ability to configure main menu accelerators,
embedded external terminal applications (yes, XTerm works),
a custom selection indicator,
and support for WebDav mounts.
This version brings a log of changes under the hood and a lot of bugfixes. Performance of the copy operation has been greatly improved. The software properly handles exceptions occurring in the middle of a copy operation, and will check for available space before starting operations. An irritating visual bug that caused entries in the mount manager to be duplicated is also gone.
Automatically detects the default editor on first start. Adds support for viewing binary executable files using the 'nm' command. Adds support for opening and editing files in a terminal tab. Properly detects file type when preparing popup menu. Lazy command forking to avoid problems with programs that measure the size of the terminal window. Gets a list of selected items before starting an operation to avoid potential problems. Fixes a problem with removing files on remote file systems.
Note: this version has a broken sessions plugin.
This release adds an option to allow disabling confirmation when deleting items. It adds missing definitions of WM_CLASS so that dialogs are positioned properly on systems with multiple displays.
It fixes an unhandled exception when the application has no command line specified. Properly handles the 'cd' command. Properly detects and execute files.
Adds support for detecting content type based on data.
Fixes an issue with bookmark menu items. Makes sure to hide the spinner even if an exception occurs. Changes the way icons are detected. Fixes content type detection in the item properties window. A redesigned viewer tool.
This release adds a program to the FileTools group to make it visible by default in KDE. Options to control auto-mounting volumes on startup or connect. An updated Hungarian translation. A fix for a racing condition when loading items for a specific directory. Sets the current path as the default value when manually entering a path. Expands the manually entered path so that ~ is a valid directory. Fixes the behavior of the FTP and Samba input dialogs.