sounds like stupid unnecessary bloats to me...Issyer wrote:You used it incorrectly. Tabs are not impressive. But if you click on "cascade" somewhere in Menus, tabs become windows which can be resized and dragged. I want this feature to be implemented on Linux. It doesn't matter which file manager. And without stupid unnecessary bloats like mouseover, thumbnails and the like. And in general, the less bloats, the better.
Why would you want a bunch of windows, inside a window? What function does that provide that is missing in other file managers?
Maybe you should consider a tabbed window manager where you can group windows, then you could use any filemanager and make a mess of it.
I am trying real hard to see your point, but I must be blind. What would that feature help with? What would it make faster and/or easier to do compared to tabs/trees/sidepanes/split-views/etc?