>> Ken Hayber wrote:
>>> Not currently.
>>> I could send you a one-line patch to let you drag the columns around,
>>> but there is no way to save the new order or to remove columns. To
>>> this right there should be a set of options to control the order and
>>> visibility of each column. I think it would take some time to do it
>>> I might tackle it and submit a patch if there was clear interest -
>>> as you've seen it appears maybe you're it :)
>> I think it is an really missing feature. very long filenames in list
>> view make it impossible to read the additional
>> file attributes. the order link in ls -l makes really sense.
> Up to version 1.2 or 1.3 full list was done in 2 lines, first with file
> name and second with all attibutes. I think itwas called summary view.
> That was very hanfy fot list view with long file names. Current list
> sometimes fills more than screen!
> Perhaps it was replacedd because of the sort feature for each column,
> this could be done with a change in the interface for sorting order.
> A. C. Censi
You can still do that. You can choose which details you want to see in
Icon mode. But you can only choose one (type, size, etc).
It doesn't take effect until you close/open a new filer window.
Sometimes the list will have multiple columns, depending on window size
and max filename length.