Well, perhaps depends what your Xfce looks like.
It is interesting to take a look at what's available, but realistically what's probably the best file manager (Dolphin) is too KDE-centric and doesn't integrate all that well with Xfce.
Both lack Thunar's multi-file rename functionality.
Isn't there a command line thingy to mass/bulk/batch-rename files? I launch the terminal in a specific folder inside the graphical file manager fairly often, mostly for multiple-deletion or for downloading with wget, aria2, etc.
Btw, the repair price sounds like it's probably not too far off from the new price?
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Printers suck. On any operating system
$ dpkg -l | grep Brotherii brscan-skey 0.2.4-1 amd64 Brother Linux scanner S-KEY toolii brscan4 0.4.4-1 amd64 Brother Scanner Driverii dcp9020cdwcupswrapper:i386 1.1.4-0 i386 Brother CUPS Laser Printer Definitionsii dcp9020cdwlpr:i386 1.1.2-1 i386 Brother lpr Laser Printer Definitionsii printer-driver-ptouch 1.4.2-2+b1 amd64 printer driver Brother P-touch label printers
I wonder what about the printer or its driver makes Thunar freeze and Thunar only. Very odd.
Perhaps something's out of order in that direction?
ScreenWidth = 1280;ScreenHeight = 960;
...most Linux distros don't seem to ship with a calculator by default.
*Buntu and derivatives seem to include Galculator. If you are not speaking about them, you are not speaking about *most* Linux distros.
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