Rclone Browser (Fork) 1.8.0 gets proxy support, the option to create public links

Rclone browser (fork), Qt5 GUI for clone, Has been updated to version 1.8.0, has proxy support, can display a complete remote directory tree, can also create public links to easily share files, and more.
Rclone Browser is a cross-platform (Windows, macOS and Linux) Qt5 GUI for Rclone. Rclone is a command line tool for synchronizing (and mounting) from remote cloud storage services (such as Google Drive, OneDrive, Nextcloud, Dropbox, Amazon) Drive and S3) files, Mega etc.
This GUI can be used to simplify operations, such as copying files from one cloud storage to another or local drive, installing cloud storage on the system with a single click, and browsing the contents of various cloud storage remote servers in a tabbed interface.

Rclone browser proxy settings
Rclone browser proxy settings

The latest Rclone browser 1.8.0 adds proxy support. You can choose to use system settings for proxy from preferences, or you can use manual proxy configuration to set proxy http_proxy, https_proxy with no_proxy (The last one is domain skip).

Rclone browser public link
Generate public links in Rclone browser

Another new feature of this version of the Rclone browser is the ability to obtain a public link to a file so that users can easily share it. This is using new Public Link Available buttons on the toolbar (when browsing the remote control).

Rclone browser directory tree
Remote directory tree

The latest version 1.8.0 also provides the option to generate a complete directory tree overview, which can be used to view all directories in a remote directory without manually expanding each directory tree (it usually takes a while to load).
Now that there are many buttons on the remote toolbar (there are 2 new functions in this version), it is impossible to reduce the window width to a suitable size. I hope developers will do something about this in future versions. For more information about Rclone Browser (fork), see also: Rclone Browser Fork with fixes and enhancements Other changes in Rclone Browser 1.8.0:

  • New option to set the size of the remote control icon (small, medium or large)
  • Added a default download options field to specify other download options
  • Fix: The option to show hidden files and folders did not always work as expected
  • Fixed: For sftp remote, the default is the main user directory (same as normal sftp)
  • Fix: Use rclone and rclone.conf when the path contains spaces
  • Other bug fixes and minor adjustments

Download Rclone browser

On the “Rclone Browser Distribution” page, you will find binaries for Windows, macOS and Linux (AppImage for i386, x86_64 and armhf).
To run Rclone Browser AppImage binary file on Linux, you need to make it executable: right click -> Properties -> Permissions -> Allow executing file as program (Or similar; it depends on your file manager). Now, if your desktop environment/file manager allows it, double-click the AppImage file to run it. In a desktop environment that does not allow double-clicking the AppImage file to run, open the terminal, then drag and drop the AppImage file into the terminal window, and then press Enter. You can also enter ./rclone-browser-1.8.0-a0b66c6-linux-x86_64.AppImage Run it from the folder where AppImage is located.
To easily integrate AppImage files into the Linux desktop, check out AppImageLauncher.

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