Thank you very much for the feedback everyone!
@SteveMcLeod, you're right I'll have to raise prices and write that page about "Total Commander for Mac" for SEO.
@Clay_Nichols, it's an alternative to Windows Explorer. You use it to browser directories, copy/move files, ... Its advantage is that it's optimised for keyboard usage. Once you know a few shortcuts, you become much quicker at the mentioned tasks. From that point onwards, whenever you have to use Explorer, it feels sloooooow.
@kjk, you're right that I need more features. Many basic things are still missing. Let me pick out a few of the ones you mentioned.
- Cmd-P should really display
~/Downloads as soon as you start typing
dow. Does it work once you've visited the folder at least once with fman? Otherwise, it's a bug.
- Re key bindings & Mac users: I believe there should best be a tutorial educating you about the key bindings the first time you start fman.
- Why does the path bar have to be editable when you have Cmd-P?
The other items are already represented by (partially user-added) cards on fman's issue tracker.
You see, I still have a lot of work to do. All your points are valid. The question is, where do I start so my limited resources have the highest impact.
Re Linux: I actually have several paying Linux users. One of fman's unique selling points is a Plugin API. I want fman's users to contribute plugins. Linux users are (I think) more likely to do so. What's more, by offering a good option in a market (Linux) ignored by other solutions, I might gain an advantage there. But you're right - I need to be careful about whether it actually pays off.
I'll add the contents to the RSS feed!