Version 0.6 of Saladin includes Spanish translation created by Patricia Martín Chozas and Gonzalo Mena Morales. If you would like to translate Saladin to your language, please read the Translation guide in the Saladin Wiki.
Other changes in this version:
The latest version 0.5 of Saladin comes with the following improvements and bug fixes:
Version 0.4 of Saladin, which was released today, contains the following new features and improvements:
Also note that the official binaries are now digitally signed with a certificate. This should prevent security warnings from both Windows and anti-virus software.
Version 0.3 of Saladin was released today. The internal file viewer was slightly improved and loads files asynchronously, so it works better with very large files and slow media like CD drives or network folders. It is also possible to configure the font used in the binary view and the text view. A new compatibility method of creating folders was added just in case the standard method doesn't work. Finally, the Brazilian Portuguese translation was added.
Even though the major version number is "zero", after using it constantly for 1,5 years I consider it stable and completely sufficient for everyday use. I'm planning to keep improving it and adding small features, but it will remain a simple and lightweight file manager. I don't intend to make it a heavy duty all-purpose tool like many similar shareware applications.
Version 0.2 of Saladin, the dual-pane file manager for Windows, is available. A simple built-in file viewer is included in this release. It can display text files, binary files and images. It supports text files using various encoding, including Unicode and East Asian scripts and most common image formats, including PNG, JPEG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, ICO, and SVG). It also fixes a few small bugs found in the previous version and introduces natural order for sorting file names (like in Windows Explorer).