jls: I found a fix for the minimize issue, but could not reproduce your double instance of vi bug. I tested it by moving my current .fluff.conf file to a new name so the when Fluff starts it uses default parameters. I used the edit command on a text file. It opened vi and I could use the :q command to quit it, and it closed without opening a second time. I don't know why you have two instances. Maybe check your .fluff.conf file for multiple entries in the associated app settings?
all: The attached source package for version 1.0.5 has the following fixes/changes in response to recent issues:
1) After a file move or copy, the file details (right side) window will remember your scroll position so you can continue from the same location. (Thanks to coreplayer2 for suggestions.)
2) When the mouse pointer moves over the separation between left (tree) and right (list) panes, the cursor shape changes to a double arrow (<-->) to help users notice that the panes can be resized. (Thanks to jls_legalize for the suggestion.)
3) When the user clicks on the minimize button, Fluff only minimizes, not exits (as it does in e17 and perhaps other window manager/desktop besides FLWM). (Thanks to jls_legalize for the bug report)
4) "Fluff" or "Fluff File Manager" is now in the window title instead of the generic "FileMgr" - isn't branding key?
If you can, please download this latest version, build, test, and report any further issues here. Thanks everyone for your interest and feedback!