I wanted to like Forklift. I really, really did. But as it turned out, it's odd UI behaviours drove back to PF, or even the Finder.
1) For some odd reason, FL has poor click detection. For some reason it doesn't detect double-clicks. Was it an issue with my system? In all of my other apps double-clicking works fine. Not so in FL.
2) Not enough options for UI customization. And changes to the UI don't stick between sessions. I'll configure one column and another to two different things, and when I switch folders, or quit/restart the app, everything resets to the defaults.
3) Other UI oddities: I can't copy disks by dragging/dropping them between panes. WTF? There's also no alternative quick way of navigating a folder hierarchy instead of using the path bar (which is great, but it always helps to have multiple ways of doing tasks, especially in an app that will be as intimate to the user as a file browser/manager).
There are others, but it's tiny niggling things like that. Maybe it's because I just haven't discovered enough options, or maybe I'm just used too much to PF5...but after struggling to get FL to do something as simple as opening a .dmg, copying it to ~/Applications, and running it, I figure it isn't worth all of that frustration.
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