If the file list is large and doesn't fit all file window then is'nt
possible to place the file cursor on the last file by PgDown
key. PgDown doesn't scroll list to the end.
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Many people complained of this bug and in fact, I don't know
how to fix it yet. By releasing GTK+ v 2.4.0, the GTK
developers changed the behaviour of the separators between
cells (in versions prior 2.4.0 it was set to 0, now it's 2).
And thus the ugly grey lines appeared between the cells. The
solution for this was to create special gtkrc file for Tux
Commander which set the separators back to zero, and it
worked, the design was back to normal without the ugly grey
grid. But another bug appeared, it seems that there is a bug
with computing the cell areas and pressing PageDown at the
end of the list computes the wrong coordinates for the item.
So, the clean solution is to change the background color of
the sorted column. But it seems it can't be changed, there
isn't any property to do that. If anyone knows how to fix
it, please drop me a letter.
The temporary solution is to manually edit the file
~.tuxcmd/gtkrc (where ~ stands for you homedir) and comment
out the two lines with "GtkTreeView::". Then you can see the
grid after next start. You may also want to change the
colors to the default GTK, so go to the Tux Commander's
preferences and set some colors to the Default.
This bug seems to be fixed in GTK+ 2.4.7, so the browsing
the main panel is now without problems or cursor skipping.
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