> Judging by the behavior of 0.1.7, I guess the intended action when > double clicking a file with no extension is to "view" without prompting > then? If it's reported as a text file by the 'file' command. Otherwise, the open-with dialog should be shown. > BTW, I've tried to check out the latest from the svn repository at: > > <http://svnhosting.org:8000/svn/e2svn/> > > That's the only address I have found to try... but then I found a > message in the archives in which you (or another "Tom" who looks a lot > like you :)) said: > > > In general, direct access to the svn repository is (or at least was) > > not encouraged, due to limited bandwidth. Perhaps that's not a real > > issue anymore. > > Any word on that? I'd like to get my hand on the fix. I think that > bug was the only thing I encountered in the "tom-20060621" version > that would really keep me from using it. There were others ... tooar is arranging a new subversion server, with enough bandwidth for general access. http://svn.emelfm2.net exists, but as of now, has no data. I understand tooar is quite busy, and it may be a little while yet. In the meantime, the view freeze can be fixed by a 1-line edit in .../src/e2_task.c, function _e2_task_viewQ () towards the end (sorry, my line no's are way different now) #ifdef E2_ASYNC //always grab mutex in case of error or other output message gdk_threads_enter (); #endif gint res = e2_command_run (command, E2_COMMAND_RANGE_DEFAULT); #ifdef E2_ASYNC gdk_threads_leave (); #endif The version you have incorrectly has gdk_threads_enter () again, instead of the 2nd gdk_threads_leave () Regards Tom -- Users can unsubscribe from the list by sending email to emelfm2-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the subject field or by logging into the web interface.