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History of File Manager - Directory Icons View

  • 7 years ago (), Comment by Ali:
    This design doesn’t follow the design guidlines – title on the top.
    As in current design for Photo Gallery that the title on top doesn’t show the name of the application (but two sets of Events and Photos), I prefer not to show ldquo;Filesrdquo; on that top but the name of folder (see the image I linked to).

    Sorry it’s much easier for me to work with GIMP, and I don’t know how to add my images to the site. So I link to it:

  • 8 years ago (), Comment by Guest:
    There must be file search option which do recursive searching.
  • 8 years ago (), Comment by Guest:
    @doctormo: Why is it invalid to drag an item from and to the same folder? You may want to put a file into a subfolder in the same window.
  • 8 years ago (), Comment by Guest:
    option to hide files, and menu setting to show or hide the hidden files
  • 8 years ago (), Comment by Guest:
    Networking folders is a must! So many phone OS lack this.
  • 8 years ago (), Comment by Guest:
    It also seems like that gesture is already used by the phone UI to move to the previous application (or to show the launcher... not sure which what motion you actually have in mind).
  • 8 years ago (), Comment by Guest:
    I'm not sure how intuative swiping to the right for metadata would be. Wouldn't it be a little more natural to use a long press to spawn a menu of options, among which there is the option to view metadata? It's not like this is something I do with my phone all the time.
  • 8 years ago (), Comment by Guest:
    Hey Guys look this !!
  • 8 years ago (), Minor update by David
  • 8 years ago (), Comment by Lorenzo:
    @ Michele a Excess indicator button /tab should be made to suggest these more content to scroll to such as it is in Mozilla Firefox

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