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Re: [gftp] Feature request

I believe what Helmut means is that the Tools item in the top menu, when
clicked, is not showing any subitems. I am seeing this too.

Synchronized navigation is working very well.

Regarding the gtk compile error, the problem is 2.0.19 is using a
function gtk_container_get_focus_child which does not exist in GTK 2.0
I have solved this by looking at the source for this function and
implementing it inline in gftp-gtk.c . I am not sure why this is used
but at least the compile error is solved.

So, Qianqian please do the following change so us with GTK 2.0 can
continue to build and use the program:

In gftp-gtk.c, change each instance of:



GtkContainer *cont = GTK_CONTAINER(window2.container);
if(cont!=NULL && GTK_IS_CONTAINER (cont) && cont->focus_child)

Qianqian, let me know if you saw my previous email, I am ready now to go
on with the other fixes and features I mentioned.

I have one additional feature request. We should make the folders in the
list appear someone different to regular files so that it is more
obvious which is which. I am not sure if the size column serves any
purpose for folders and perhaps could be used to differentiate.



On 04/04/2010 09:05 AM, Qianqian Fang wrote:
> On 04/04/2010 05:55 AM, Helmut Jarausch wrote:
>> The Tools button (top row) just shows an empty pop-up menu.
>> Am I missing some configuration?
> I am not sure what you mean by "top row", can you show a
> screenshot?
>> I haven't understood the Synchronized Navigation button, at least
>> I don't see any difference if it is active or not.
> as I said in the last email, when the button is down, double click
> on a folder in one of the panels will also change directory for the
> other if gftp finds a matched folder name.
> If the folder name you tried to navigate has no match on the
> other panel, gftp will do nothing, just like non-synchronized
> browsing.
> Being said, this button is only useful when you are browsing
> a mirrored folder structure between local/remote.
> Qianqian
>> Thanks for some hints on using gftp,
>> Helmut.