Sfm (simple file manager)

If you like nnn, ranger, etc…sfm may be for you! I think I’ll see if I can break it. Enjoy.

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Thx for sharing @manyroads

Nothing can tear me away from good 'ol mc.

a true OFC member now

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I’ve used a dual pane file manager for ages, in Windows, Mac, and Linux. They help when you transfer files among partitions, thumb and external drives. Plus all the ones I use are command driven as I’d rather that than drag and drop between windows. FM’s like mc are a very simple and elegant solution to file management. Plus mc doesn’t carry a shitload of dependencies like Krusader.

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Bet that when one s used to something & likes it it s hard to change stuff .

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It’s more like what tool is best for what you are working with, at least on my end.

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We call it “OFC member syndrome” :smiley:

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You mean the people who can pry themselves away from init for systemd? :grinning:

Lol, pretty much it @chroot

Can’t anwser that question. I use both. :smiley:

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On Win I still use Total Commander.

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There is also far2l:

Which is a fork of this:

https://farmanager.com/screenshots.php?l=en

https://farmanager.com/index.php?l=en

Which has been around forever for Windows.

When I used Windows I used Nexus File:

https://www.xiles.app/

I loved that little FM.

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Looks not bad, however:

  1. my firm purchased a lifetime, corporate license for TC;
  2. I store all my ftp passwords there, half of which I’ve already forgotten. :rofl:
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As the OF I am I have happy memories of Norton Commander (before Peter got out and it became Shystermantic) and mainly bcs of that colorscheme I always add and use MC as well

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It looks a lot like MC. Which one came out first, MC or NC?

NC comes from 1986, MC from 1999.

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That indeed gives away how much of an OF I am :wink:

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I also grew up on Norton Commander.

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