One of the most popular file managers for Linux has received some important new features
PCMan File Manager, an application developed by Hong Jen Yee from Taiwan which is meant to be a replacement for Nautilus, Konqueror and Thunar, is now at version 1.0.2.PCMan File Manager or PCManFM is already integrated in a large number of distributions, especially because it's a stable version.
Highlights of PCMan File Manager 1.0.2:
• Underscores (mnemonics) have been corrected on every menu and dialog;
• Migrated to new libfm APIs for simplification;
• GTK+ 3.0 compatibility problems have been fixed;
• switch --with-gtk=N has been added to configure script, where N is GTK+ version: 2 or 3;
• The option 'Treat backup files as hidden’ has been added into 'Display' tab of the preferences dialog and 'Use Application Startup Notify by default' has been added into 'Advanced' tab;
• New search engine support has been added.
Check out the official changelog for a complete list of changes.
Download PCMan File Manager 1.0.2 right now from Softpedia.