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Re: [gcmd-usr] Search window - save last used columns size

From: Michael
Subject: Re: [gcmd-usr] Search window - save last used columns size
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2019 00:38:56 +0200

It got saved for me though (gcmd 1.4.8). It also stays 'fixed' in the 

I guess Window problems are due to the Mint windowmanager. Please tell us your 
gcmd version, and the exact version of Mint. 

Depending on the version, gcmd configuration files are a little mess right now, 
spread over several locations ... It's possible that Mint does not use any old 
style configuration directory anymore. Uwe is apparantly working on it, see the 
other thread.

The search window size seems to be stored in 
.gnome-commander/gnome-commander.xml but i can't figure out where the columns 
are. Is it  .gnome2/gnome-commander-size  ? Is that still used at all anyway ?

ps. By the way, 'bendov' ... many mailers are configured to prepend the 'From' 
name when quoting text. Because you didn't put a name before your mail address, 
probably that adress will be used as a name. It means your adress will be 
quoted fully in many public mailing lists, open for harvesters.

cheers mi


> Hello all,
> Something I noticed (least in Mint 18.1) in Search window, the last
> adjusted column widths aren't saved.
> AFAIK, there are no Search window settings in dconf, but Main window has
> them?
> Also, the Search window often needs to be fairly big, to be able to scan
> down the directory column (no tooltips). emoticon crying
> Every session, the Search columns need resizing.
> Neither main window or Search will move to background when other window
> is clicked - which is made worse by the
> Search window having no minimize or maximize button or context options. 
> It gets old dragging the Search window to the bottom, then back up, then...
> I assume that's because Search is treated like a popup? not a separate
> window, so the Main window won't move to front & Search to the back, as
> long as Search is open?  All of these small things combined make it a
> lot less productive (for me).
> Thanks for any help.
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