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emelFM2

emelFM2

emelFM2 is a file manager that implements the popular three-pane design, pioneered by Norton Commander in the 1980's. Two of those (side-by-side or top-to-bottom) show the contents of selected filesystem directories. The third pane, at the bottom of the window, shows the output of commands executed within the program.

The application features an attractive GTK+ interface, a flexible filetyping scheme (providing user-determined actions for desired filetypes), and a built-in command line for executing commands without opening a terminal.

It is the GTK+2 port of emelFM.

 emelFM2 0.9.1

Price
Free to download

Size
1.2MB
License

FSF GPL

Developer
tooar (maintainer), plus many contributors

Website
emelfm2.net

System Requirements
GTK+ 2.6 or higher
shell commands: file,grep, sed

FAM or gamin (Optional)
Some optional plugins need other libraries

Support:
User Guide, Mailing List

Selected Reviews:
Softpedia

Features include:

  • Attractive Interface (using GTK+2)
  • Drag and drop
  • Thumbnails
  • Bookmarks and History Lists
  • File compression and file encryption
  • Simple text-file viewer which handles several different protocols for line-ends (UNIX, DOS etc), and tries to interpret and convert various character-encodings
  • Tiny text-editor
  • Flexible filetyping scheme
  • Multiple actions selectable for each filetype
  • Filename, Size, and Date Filters
  • Built-In Command Line
  • User-defined menu
  • Configurable Keyboard bindings
  • Configurable Toolbar
  • ACL (access control list)
  • Runtime loadable plugins
  • Internationalisation

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