Yes, by dolphin I mean file manager.
Sorry for inconvenience
On Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 8:45 PM, James Cowgill <jcowg...@debian.org> wrote:
> I assume you mean "dolphin" the file manager, not "dolphin-emu" the
> gamecube / wii emulator.
> ** Also affects: dolphin (Ubuntu)
> Importance: Undecided
> Status: New
> ** Changed in: dolphin-emu (Ubuntu)
> Status: New => Invalid
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> Issues with dolphin during file move process
> Status in dolphin package in Ubuntu:
> Status in dolphin-emu package in Ubuntu:
> Bug description:
> I find a serious issues with dolphin as follows.
> 1) When I cut some files from a source directory and then I decided not
> to paste to any other directory. Meanwhile, system halt for some reason if
> I need to reboot the system. However, it seems dolphin already deleted the
> files from the source directory whether they are actually past to the
> destination directory or not.
> In windows, I feel this action is handled in better. What happens there
> that until we do not past the files to the destination directory, the files
> from the source directory are not deleted.
> 2) Another issue is regarding the performance of the dolphin during
> opening the directory containing a large number of files. When I try to
> open such a directory, the dolphin halt the system until it show up the
> thumbnail of the files. For example, I have more than 110,000 images in a
> directory, I open the directory and I have to wait for a quite long time,
> for few minutes to respond the system. Meanwhile dolphin was showing the
> thumbnails of the images.
> While, on the other hand, the windows also take some time to show the
> thumbnails (though considerably less than the dolphin) yet what differs is
> that the windows do not halt the system or that directory during this
> process. I can play with the directory.
> Although the developers are quite busy but I hope these issues will
> grab their attention.
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