Krusader 1.80.0 "Final 3rd Stone" released!

Krusader 1.80.0 "Final 3rd Stone"

Well, here we are!

The Krew is finally bringing you the *last* release of Krusader the file
manager. In this release you can expect many new enhancements and features
oriented to both experts and basic users, finalizing many requests, that we
owed and many that were sitting on our todo list. We would like to thank all
of the community for keeping us sharp all these years till the end and start
of our final release cycle.

Krusader 1.80.0 contains plenty of changes, bug fixes and updates in response
to reports and requests from our users. The highlights are:

- Full support for ACL permissions like properties, preserve
attributes, synchronizer and other
- Many terminal emulator enhancements bringing new functions, new
usages and new look
- Many improvements of the UserAction system
- Countless usability enhancements, especially in Konfigurator and the
heavily reordered menubar
- Comparing in the synchronizer interface and parallel threading over
slower servers
- Atomic extensions and ability to rename the filename, without extension
- Numerous archive enhancements like handling packing and unpacking in
the background, encryption support, multiple volume archives, compress
- Complete list of changes and enhancements is in the ChangeLog
- Next cycle with all our energy and efforts begins for Krusader on

Changes since Krusader 1.80.0-beta2:

- Many bugfixes
- Translation updates

Changes since Krusader 1.80.0-beta1 (but not limited to):

- Added the long-awaited brief view!
- A GUI to configure the atomic extensions introduced in beta1
- ACL and documentation related compile fixes
- More usability and feature enhancements in the synchronizer, search
and locate modules
- Bugfixes all over the place

Release notes:

Krusader Krew

Notice: if you've got bugs to report, please do so using Krusader's
website, and not using KDE's bugzilla (

as always, enjoy
Krusader Krew.

Posted by Dirk Eschler 2007-07-21

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