Marlin is a sleek and fast GTK3 file manager which focuses on speed, simplicity and ease of use.
It is an alternative to the Nautilus file manager.
Marlin is written in Vala and C and is in a very early stage of development.
- Integration with Ubuntu Unity.
- Tab support.
- Open in Tab feature.
- Color tag each file and folder for identification purposes.
- Nautilus-like location bar.
- Three file view modes: Icon View, List View and Column View.
- Networking support (SSH, FTP, Windows share, HTTP and HTTPS).
- Customizable toolbar, including toolbar icon size.
- Configurable date format: iso, locale, informal.
- Single click/double click to open file.
- Show hidden files.
- Zoom in/out.
- Compress files.
- Preview files with Gloobus-Preview.
- Extensions: Open Terminal, Dropbox and UbuntuOne.
Developer: ammonkey, Lucas Baudin, Mathijs Henquet, Robert Roth, Vadim Rutkovsky, Rico Tzschichholz
License: GNU GPL v3
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