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4pane-lang - Translations for package 4pane

Provides translations for the "4pane" package.
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OpenSUSE iconOpenSUSE Leap 15.0 ossrpm5.0-lp150.1.5Jan 17172 kiB715 kiBhttps://bugs.opensuse.org
OpenSUSE iconOpenSUSE Leap 15.1 ossrpm5.0-lp151.2.5Mar 20172 kiB715 kiBhttps://bugs.opensuse.org
OpenSUSE iconOpenSUSE Tumbleweed ossrpm5.0-1.7Jun 17172 kiB714 kiBhttps://bugs.opensuse.org

Latest updates

OpenSUSE Tumbleweed icon

OpenSUSE Tumbleweed oss: Updated from 5.0-1.5 to 5.0-1.7

Jun 17
  • Update to version 5.0
    • There is a simpler 'Find' dialog for everyday use.
      Just as the QuickGrep dialog is good enough for most greps, a simple one-page QuickFind that sets just the path, pattern and search-type will be sufficient for most searches.
    • When large files are being moved or pasted, their progress is now displayed in the statusbar.
    • It is now possible to make a particular fileview order its files in a decimal-aware way. This is helpful in the case of files with names like foo1.txt, foo2.txt, foo11.txt, foo12.txt, which normally sort as 1, 11, 12, 2.
    • A fileview's contextmenu now has an entry that makes it sort such files more intelligently. Note that this only affects files with names that _end_ in digits, not those with digits elsewhere in the name.
    • Building 4Pane now uses Automake.
  • Split out language files into their own sub-package
OpenSUSE Leap 15.1 icon

OpenSUSE Leap 15.1 oss: Updated from 5.0-lp151.2.4 to 5.0-lp151.2.5

Mar 20
  • Update to version 5.0
    • There is a simpler 'Find' dialog for everyday use.
      Just as the QuickGrep dialog is good enough for most greps, a simple one-page QuickFind that sets just the path, pattern and search-type will be sufficient for most searches.
    • When large files are being moved or pasted, their progress is now displayed in the statusbar.
    • It is now possible to make a particular fileview order its files in a decimal-aware way. This is helpful in the case of files with names like foo1.txt, foo2.txt, foo11.txt, foo12.txt, which normally sort as 1, 11, 12, 2.
    • A fileview's contextmenu now has an entry that makes it sort such files more intelligently. Note that this only affects files with names that _end_ in digits, not those with digits elsewhere in the name.
    • Building 4Pane now uses Automake.
  • Split out language files into their own sub-package
OpenSUSE Tumbleweed icon

OpenSUSE Tumbleweed oss: Updated from 5.0-1.4 to 5.0-1.5

Feb 03
  • Update to version 5.0
    • There is a simpler 'Find' dialog for everyday use.
      Just as the QuickGrep dialog is good enough for most greps, a simple one-page QuickFind that sets just the path, pattern and search-type will be sufficient for most searches.
    • When large files are being moved or pasted, their progress is now displayed in the statusbar.
    • It is now possible to make a particular fileview order its files in a decimal-aware way. This is helpful in the case of files with names like foo1.txt, foo2.txt, foo11.txt, foo12.txt, which normally sort as 1, 11, 12, 2.
    • A fileview's contextmenu now has an entry that makes it sort such files more intelligently. Note that this only affects files with names that _end_ in digits, not those with digits elsewhere in the name.
    • Building 4Pane now uses Automake.
  • Split out language files into their own sub-package
OpenSUSE Leap 15.1 icon

OpenSUSE Leap 15.1 oss: Version 5.0-lp151.2.4 introduced

Jan 23
  • Update to version 5.0
    • There is a simpler 'Find' dialog for everyday use.
      Just as the QuickGrep dialog is good enough for most greps, a simple one-page QuickFind that sets just the path, pattern and search-type will be sufficient for most searches.
    • When large files are being moved or pasted, their progress is now displayed in the statusbar.
    • It is now possible to make a particular fileview order its files in a decimal-aware way. This is helpful in the case of files with names like foo1.txt, foo2.txt, foo11.txt, foo12.txt, which normally sort as 1, 11, 12, 2.
    • A fileview's contextmenu now has an entry that makes it sort such files more intelligently. Note that this only affects files with names that _end_ in digits, not those with digits elsewhere in the name.
    • Building 4Pane now uses Automake.
  • Split out language files into their own sub-package
OpenSUSE Leap 15.0 icon

OpenSUSE Leap 15.0 oss: Version 5.0-lp150.1.5 introduced

Jan 17
  • Update to version 5.0
    • There is a simpler 'Find' dialog for everyday use.
      Just as the QuickGrep dialog is good enough for most greps, a simple one-page QuickFind that sets just the path, pattern and search-type will be sufficient for most searches.
    • When large files are being moved or pasted, their progress is now displayed in the statusbar.
    • It is now possible to make a particular fileview order its files in a decimal-aware way. This is helpful in the case of files with names like foo1.txt, foo2.txt, foo11.txt, foo12.txt, which normally sort as 1, 11, 12, 2.
    • A fileview's contextmenu now has an entry that makes it sort such files more intelligently. Note that this only affects files with names that _end_ in digits, not those with digits elsewhere in the name.
    • Building 4Pane now uses Automake.
  • Split out language files into their own sub-package
OpenSUSE Tumbleweed icon

OpenSUSE Tumbleweed oss: Version 5.0-1.4 introduced

Jan 17
  • Update to version 5.0
    • There is a simpler 'Find' dialog for everyday use.
      Just as the QuickGrep dialog is good enough for most greps, a simple one-page QuickFind that sets just the path, pattern and search-type will be sufficient for most searches.
    • When large files are being moved or pasted, their progress is now displayed in the statusbar.
    • It is now possible to make a particular fileview order its files in a decimal-aware way. This is helpful in the case of files with names like foo1.txt, foo2.txt, foo11.txt, foo12.txt, which normally sort as 1, 11, 12, 2.
    • A fileview's contextmenu now has an entry that makes it sort such files more intelligently. Note that this only affects files with names that _end_ in digits, not those with digits elsewhere in the name.
    • Building 4Pane now uses Automake.
  • Split out language files into their own sub-package

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4pane - Multi-pane, detailed-list file manager
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