Thanks, this is brilliant.
I just released PCManFM Qt file manager 0.1.0.
The tarball is available for download here.
You'll need libfm to build it (which is included in many distros).
This release contains no thumbnail support.
However a fully working thumbnail support is already in the git.
Because this requires some changes to the upstream libfm library,
it's scheduled for the next release and not make public at the moment.
To turn on the desktop icon management feature, run with the command:
> pcmanfm-qt --desktop
Generally it's a good idea to add this command to your session startup script.
To turn the desktop icon manager off again, do this:
> pcmanfm-qt --desktop-off
If you don't want to use the desktop icons, you can still add the
command to your session startup script:
> pcmanfm-qt --daemon
In this way, it will becomes a background daemon. Every time you need
to open a folder with pcmanfm-qt, it can be shown "immediately".
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