About the opera and its standard template for viewing ftp

    It so happened that I have been using the Opera browser since ancient times, and right in it you can open ftp (wow !!!!) which is convenient if you need to download a movie from the server. But for some incomprehensible reason, for many years the standard style for watching ftp has been similar to a pumpkin, and I sincerely do not understand how to use it: the width for the content is 650px, of which 160px is allotted to the name! The name of the film can be carried over several lines, and to make the width, for example, 80% IM THERE, apparently, do not allow the voice in the head. The standard template looks like this (without long names - why show ugly):

    But the opera is a customizable browser with the ability to customize the interface as you like! And, of course, the template for viewing ftp can also be edited! Um ... And you can only edit css, that is, you can’t change the template itself and you can’t use js, only css, only hardcore. Apparently this is done for security reasons and laziness. But me and access to css for the eyes. My standard template for viewing ftp now looks like this :

    Removed useless inscription “File listing”, width for content 90%, removed unnecessary _me_ column with date. He also made highlighting of the line under the cursor and increased the width of the link even outside the link. If you move the mouse on an example, then even my confused syllable can be understood.

    But then I decided to play a little and made a presentation in the form of a list. The width is artificially limited to 1215px so that it displays correctly on different screens. Here it would be possible to make the width the same 90%, but, firstly, it’s inconvenient to use this and I did it for fun, and secondly it’s just an intermediate step before the next example. It happened by chance (if there was work - I wouldn’t admit it in my life :)) and I made it look like a list in Windows by adding a directory icon (thanks againbolk for his unstoppable passion for research ) and removing unnecessary data. In general, using positioning, it would be possible to show the size, type and format of the file in the footer as in the status bar - I can do it later. So :

    But this is all simple, I wanted to use P0W3R 0F CSS3, I wanted to make ftp in the form of a menu from some computer game, from which I can’t remember, well, I started to create. In the process, the opera turned out to be not at all friendly with css-animation and brazen godlessly. However, like firefox, webkit is surprisingly fast. In general, given the glitchiness of the latest versions of the opera, I look more and more at chrome. The last example I recommend looking in is in chrome because of the speed of work:

    Doing just with css was really interesting. In chrome, however, there is some kind of problem with transparency at the end of the animation. And in view of the speed of work in the opera, this solution is completely unsuitable for use. Therefore, the width is again strictly fixed at 1215px, and the maximum number of lines is five, although all this can be changed if desired.

    And all this is not useless experiments, but a thing that is ready to use, just take dir.css and put it instead of yours, for example, I need to replace the file "/usr/share/opera/styles/dir.css", but you have he may be elsewhere.

    A traditionally useless github link , but let it be!

    And take this opportunity to say hello ugenk whose work is ftp which I used to demonstrate - it’s not easy to find a public ftp in our time.

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