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Gentoo Filemanager for slacko 5.4 UPDATE -ver 19.13
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Master_wrong

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PostPosted: Thu 17 Jan 2013, 02:30    Post subject:  Gentoo Filemanager for slacko 5.4 UPDATE -ver 19.13  

http://www.obsession.se/gentoo/

UPDATE Jan23,13 :
-ver 19.13
-corrected setting (icon, font size, etc), see pic

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gentoo, the GTK+ file manager. The current release series of gentoo is called 0.19.x. It is based on the 2.x series of the GTK+ toolkit, which is the current stable version.


so, why puppy might need it ?
it is small, and fully configurable.
for example you can create button to run rox.

with this kind of capability, this is more like a universal gui for cli program.
because you can select any files/folder and just press a button to run a program.
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amigo

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PostPosted: Thu 17 Jan 2013, 14:02    Post subject:  

Why would you use another file manager to have rox open a dir/file? Eeewww, I had forgotten what a nasty GUI gento has -all those buttons at the top level -how should one know which one to click? The developer should be persecuted immediately!
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Master_wrong

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PostPosted: Fri 18 Jan 2013, 10:59    Post subject:  

@amigo
you mean at bottom level?
@ the pic i posted it just show how to create button which to open up rox.
you can even remove all the button btw.

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Why would you use another file manager to have rox open a dir/file?


it is a sample, if you want to try you can try dri2pet, dir2sfs... etc

btw when i use rox i often confused and closing the one which i actually use and i end up opening "home" again and "surf" back to where i need to go.
but if there is gentoo, then i'll just open dir with rox, another dir with rox, copy, then close all rox, repeat.

EDIT : ok there is button for copy... so we dont need rox... hmmm... well.. rox still have other uses which gentoo doesnt have... and surely gentoo has some practical uses that rox doesnt.
and having 2 different type of filemanager surely complement each other.

btw. i do prefer double commander (about 10x the size of gentoo) and they are prettier also configurable (add button to do action/script) and even drag and drop capable.

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PostPosted: Wed 11 Dec 2013, 01:36    Post subject:  

at 1 point gentoo (the file manager) used gtk1 and a hack of busybox libs, so it was really light, but now...? Perhaps it (or an older gtk1 version) would be a good starting point for an embedded system (maybe even using nano-x and nano-gtk and integrating it with busybox) ... its functional code is not too bad, but the UI is god-awful even compared to emelfm.
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