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Thunar was crashing long before the gtk3 port, hopefully it's much more stable now. The clipboard failing on large chunks of data has been fixed too.



The file managers for Gnome and KDE are both really crashy for me, too. I don't know which graphical file manager to use in Linux without going back to MC or something.

Linux is the only desktop OS I use where application crashes and major glitches (some subsystem of KDE crashing, for example) are still like a once every hour or two occurrence, even when not doing anything especially odd or taxing.


> The clipboard failing on large chunks of data has been fixed too.

That's awesome, I'll try again with new xubuntu, hopefully there won't be such nasty bug, or do you recommend another distro?


Besides Xubuntu, Manjaro (or plain Arch) and openSUSE Tumbleweed support Xfce very well.




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