We are very glad to announce the release of the KBear 2.0.
This new release has undergone a total re-implementation with lots of new
features and improvements.
This release require KDE3 and Qt3 to compile and run.
KBear can be found at http://kbear.sourceforge.net the main page for the KBear project.
->concurrent connections to multiple hosts
->an extended MDI with three separate view modes
->multiple protocol support: ftp, sftp (secure ftp using ssh) etc.
->a Sitemanager plugin (a flexible and customizable site database), which can plug into Konqueror
->firewall support (incomplete)
->support for opening and editing files on the remote server (using the default application for the file type or a selected editor)
->internal file previewing (using KParts)
->the ability to import FTP bookmarks from various FTP clients using a flexible plugin architecture
->a DCOP interface for KBear and the Sitemanager (for scripting)
->renaming, deleting and (locally) shredding files and/or directories
->setting and changing file permissions
->drag and drop and cut-and-paste copying or moving of files and/or directories between any file system
->transfer queueing and resume
->transfer progress display
->a FTP KIOSlave
->auto-opening of folders when using drag and drop
->directory content filtering
->detailed file view, icon view and tree view
->sorting by name, size or date
->show/hide GUI details
->show/hide the local file system
->auto-arrangement of windows
->window position session management
->a setup wizard
->a connection timer
->thumbnail preview in icon view
->a user configurable Tools plugin for adding launch buttons for all available applications on your system
->Complete GUI translations available: English, Swedish, French, Czech, Dutch, European Portuguese, Russian
->Complete documentation translations available: English, Swedish, French, Czech
->Incomplete GUI translations available: Espanol, Romanian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Italian, German
->Incomplete documentation translations available: Dutch, Espanol, Romanian
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