Released a new version of trolCommander (0.9.8). It included many improvements to the text viewer and editor, working with archives, MacOS X utilities, and so on.
Also this release contain a lot of minor improvements and bugfixes and performance optimizations.
The ability to replace text has been added in the text editor. Replace dialog looks like this:
Also the search dialog was improved. Now you can search for regexps and the highlight of the results found in the text. New dialog looks like this:
Button with dropdown list of open windows has been added to status-bar of text viewer/editor, hex- and image-viewer. This button allows to switch between window:
Now, the file panel is seen that there are some open files. In addition, when you attempt to re-open the editor or viewer for file that already open, previous window will appear.
In addition, to quickly switch between editor- and viewer-windows you can now use the Alt+TAB shortcut, that shows a list of all open editors:
When you edit files with syntax type "AVR assembler" in the status bar now displays a hint for the current assembly instruction:
On Mac OS X you can now safely remove a flash drives and unmount file systems. New command "Eject drive" has been added to "Tools" menu.
In addition, now you can unmount the file system from the context menu with "Eject drive" command (this applies to content of the directory /Volumes).
Now you can compare text files in Mac OS X. For that the FileMerge utility (from the XCode) should be installed. Command "Compare files" from the "Tools" menu launches FileMerge to compare the selected file from the left pane to the selected file in the right pane.
The list of files is displayed collapsed in delete dialog. But now when you delete a single file, you can now see his name:
Now File Manager can work in single panel mode. You can switch the mode in the "View" menu with "Toggle single panel" command.
In the previous version trolCommander was added an opportunity to work with the file system of Android-devices This requires adb utility from the android-sdk package, the path to which must be added to the PATH environment variable. Now as an alternative thsi path can be specify in parameter ANDROID_HOME in configuration file env.properties.
For example on Mac OS X you can create file ~/Preferences/trolCommander/env.properties. In my case, the contents of this file is:
Download trolCommander 0.9.8 from github
Download the latest nightly build (jar files only).
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