Use Control left-click to select an arbitrary group of items.
Dcrdev # 4 23rd May 2017, 08:15 PM nonamedotc Offline Mithrandir Join Date: Mar 2011 Location: / Posts: 5,038 Re: Best Linux File Manager Try Thunar, Nemo or PCManFM.
Midnight Commander Terminal interface with mouse support and keyboard shortcuts.First you go to Configure._ Buttons - Definitions, select an existing button or create a new row, and click the Command icon.Dcrdev « Previous Thread Next Thread » Search this Thread Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are On IMG code.HaydnH, offline, registered User, join Date: Feb 2005, location: London,.Pinboards are directories with symlinks to your selected files, so it's a fast and ingenious way to save arbitrary batches of files.You can open multiple windows and drag and drop files between them, and save file locations class 9th science book in the Bookmarks menu.
It has the following major features: Powered by khtml rendering engine, uses a universal file viewer, has highly customizable applications.
I actually switched to xfce/Thunar a couple of weeks ago and whilst not as polished as gnome, everything can be made to work the way I want.
In the image below, one tab has been divided into three panes; one on the left side and two on the right.Support for shortcuts, undo/redo functionalities, tabbed navigation, file sorting and grouping by name, size, types and many other attributes.Konqueror, however, allows multiple panes, and the default single pane can be split both horizontally and vertically as many times as it makes sense to.Unfortunately, there is not enough space to do each of these file managers justice.Support for full text search in files.Along the very top of the Midnight Commander interface is a menu bar containing menu items for configuring Midnight Commander, the left and right panes, and for issuing various file commands.This allows multiple commands, and the button will execute all of them.