[Thunar-dev] enhancement request: force recalculation of column widths
mcquaidster at gmail.com
Sun Jul 16 14:51:36 CEST 2006
I mentioned this before, and thought it was gone but I still get this
issue. I never want columns to resize so I have 'automatically expand
columns as needed' unchecked. The columns I have showing are name, size,
type date modified. What seems to be random, is that on launchup sometimes
the data column is slightly bigger. I set up my columns so that when thunar
is maximized I have no horizontal scrollbar along the bottom, but yet every
so often it's back and I have to slightly resize 'date modified' to get rid
of it. I'm not on the latest beta2 yet, using the packages provided by
On 7/14/06, Benedikt Meurer <benedikt.meurer at unix-ag.uni-siegen.de> wrote:
> Eric Waguespack wrote:
> > Really impressive file-manager, it has really helped me with moving from
> > windows to Linux.
> > I had an enhancement request:
> > I think if there was a hot key (like control + in windows) that would
> > the widths of the columns in the right pane when in details mode.
> > I think that this is supposed to happen automatically, but it doesn't
> > to be working.
> You probably disabled the "Automatically expand columns as needed"
> option in the "Configure Columns in the Detailed List View" dialog.
> The Control+click feature request should be filed against GtkTreeView,
> so that this is available in all applications.
> > thanks in advance.
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