With the latest changes in Git, accessing samba shares from network:/// works again, mostly.
I see two strange things still, but I don't know whether they are the fault of libfm/pcmanfm, or gvfs or samba or something.
When I first open a samba share, the address bar shows this:
But then once I navigate anywhere else it is shown differently. If I click on a folder in the share it shows this:
smb://hall%20computer/c drive on hall computer/My Documents
If I then click the up button the new path is still used:
smb://hall%20computer/c drive on hall computer
I don't see the first form of the path again unless I click the unmount icon in the sidebar, and then browse to the share again.
1. " on hall computer" should either be displayed all the time, or not at all. (I don't see the point in displaying it at all, since I can already see the server name at the start of the path - or will the two somehow be different sometimes?).
2. there should be consistency in whether or not a space is converted to %20.
The third issue is that it is impossible to use the address bar anywhere in the samba shares. If I click in the address bar and then press enter, the path changes to this:
smb://hall%20computer/._c drive on hall computer
And I get the message "Error. File doesn't exist".
I have tested without spaces in the share names and the server netbios name, and the same thing still happens. (FWIW if I click in the address bar a second time and press enter, another ._ is inserted).