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Marlin File Manager for Ubuntu 13.10/13.04/Linux Mint/other Ubuntu derivatives

Install Marlin File Browser in Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy/Ubuntu 13.04 Raring/Linux Mint 16/15/and other Ubuntu derivativesMarlin is a lightweight file browser built from the ground-up to be responsive, simply designed and easy to use. It will be the default file browser in the next release of the elementary project’s OS.Marlin is based on gtk3 and uses Gnome 3 technologies extensively and is built in C and uses vala for interface. Some key features of XFCE file-browser Thunar too are included to give it a certain slickness despite it being a File browser.Marlin uses ‘extended actions’ to manage files. This service allows applications to request some extended actions for a list of files depending on their mimetypes and some other constraints. Any user can extend their applications by adding custom actions.Marlin Features:Tabbed browsingMultiple-viewsSingle-click to open (default)Configurable toolbars and interfacePlugin frameworknetworking support (SSH, FTP, Windows share, HTTP and HTTPS)single click/double click to open fileAnd

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