A classical statue

Release notes 1.8.2

By Erik Jälevik on 12 April 2024

With the extra columns becoming available from 1.8.0, it led to more busywork setting up the columns just right for each pane. 1.8.2 addresses this by always copying over the existing column configuration when creating new panes. So that you only need to configure the columns for the first pane in a new layout, and then later panes will automatically get the same columns in the same order.

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A classical statue

Release notes 1.8.1

By Erik Jälevik on 4 April 2024

Fixes two potential crashes and a flaky button.

A classical statue

Release notes 1.8.0

By Erik Jälevik on 29 March 2024

1.8 brings better insight into your file system, with lots of added metadata and aggregated sizes for folders.

A retro terminal

Release notes 1.7.2

By Erik Jälevik on 9 October 2023

Only a few bug fixes this time.

A retro terminal

Release notes 1.7.1

By Erik Jälevik on 15 July 2023

While only a minor release on the surface, this one contains a lot of plumbing improvements below ground, needed to squash some tenacious bugs, and to provide a smoother user experience overall.

A weird world of paths

The weird world of Windows file paths

By Erik Jälevik on 20 March 2023

File system paths on Windows are stranger than you might think. On any Unix-derived system, a path is an admirably simple thing: if it starts with a /, it’s a path. Not so on Windows, which serves up a bewildering variety of schemes for composing a path.

A retro terminal

Release notes 1.7.0

By Erik Jälevik on 2 March 2023

1.7 is all about paths. In a welcome update for terminal fans, Fileside now supports tab completion for manually typed-in folder paths, and improved path handling all round.

The southern party

Release notes 1.6.2

By Erik Jälevik on 15 December 2022

A minor bugfix release that fixes keyboard shortcuts such as Cmd-C, Cmd-V, Cmd-Z etc in dialogs on Mac.

The southern party

Release notes 1.6.0

By Erik Jälevik on 12 December 2022

1.6 is out, in which Fileside becomes a more well-adjusted citizen of its surrounding operating system society, through a bunch of new features focused on improving system integration.

Tabs in hell

Solve tab hell in Firefox without extensions

By Erik Jälevik on 4 October 2022

Here’s a quick tip for keeping your Firefox tabs and windows organised, achieving a workflow similar to Fileside’s saved layouts. Without installing a thing!



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