I have been interested in trying some different file managers lately, and I have installed spacefm. It seems fine, but I don't dislike Thunar either. The only thing that I am really missing in Thunar is tabs. I have read most of the spacefm posts on the forum, but they're mostly opinions as to whether they like spacefm or not. What I would like to know is specific
Hm. Yes, SpaceFM is quite alive; it's the file manager I use almost all of the time these days; I only change a few things from the default settings, and don't find much to miss from other file file managers I've used in the past. There's quite a bit in the users manual, if you're interested: http://ignorantguru.github.io/spacefm/s … al-en.html.
This issue seems to be widespread. The only thing in common is the belief that it is a gtk3 problem. (Again!)There is a fix for Mirage (described here), but I haven't seen anything for spacefm or deadbeef yet.And from hereIt is caused by the use of the deprecated function gdk_threads_init
I tend to only do updates about once a month. So I just finished one today and of course it included new kernel, headers and well quite a few other packages requiring upgrades (I never pay too much attention).
No matter what I do I am not getting Chrome to work well with the file manager I am using (I've tried with thunar and spacefm) but nothing works. When I click "open folder" or when I try to open the downloaded file nothing happens. I tried everything I could with xdg-utils.