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    Re: To Nautilus or not to Nautilus : Ain’t Nautilus too slow (Score: 1)
    by kennric on Monday, November 12 @ 05:46:07 GMT
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    Sorry, my bad, Konqueror does indeed have the tree view and icon size settings I desire, I just didn’t play enough (having decided graphical filemanagers are just plain too slow in any case). Sorry to have misrepresented Konqueror, which I do rather like.

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    Re: To Nautilus or not to Nautilus : Ain’t Nautilus too slow (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Monday, November 12 @ 13:26:53 GMT

    I don’t use Nautilus much, but one of the recent changelogs had an entry to the effect of “viewing a directory no longer requires exponential time”. You may want to try again (although if you have a setup you’re happy with, it may not be worth the trouble)

    Daniel

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    Re: To Nautilus or not to Nautilus : Ain’t Nautilus too slow (Score: 1)
    by Veran on Monday, November 12 @ 18:36:25 GMT
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    I have to agree with you, when it comes to file management, mc in a terminal beats ANY graphical file manager I have ever seen for X, Windows, MacOS.

    As for image preview… honestly for my porn I just use gqview, handles all my jpg’s just fine, and it can use all of Xv’s thumbnails. Plus it has a tree view which is handy for sorting.

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    Re: To Nautilus or not to Nautilus : Ain’t Nautilus too slow (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Monday, November 12 @ 23:29:33 GMT

    actually, I think that konqueror has MORE features than nautilus. ever tried some of the io-slaves? i love man:// and help://, and audio://.

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