somehow you might want to try to re-calibrate your judgements. First your are implicitely describing a dual pane mode in a file manager as "buzz feature
" (it was introduced 15 years ago, or even earlier?) and then you are calling the following a hate review
"A very powerful and fast file manager with plenty of helpful inventions enhancing file management. It is multi-tabbed and you can open several instances; However, what is missing completely is a straightforward classic dual-pane mode, the easiest way to manage files visually. Thus I can recommend this tool only for people planning to deal with a steeper learning curve to master a powerful tool. There are many other file managers available which are more suitable for visually and mouse oriented users." So, where exactly is hate expressed in there?
Unfortunately,you do not seem to have attempted a single rationale argument in this discussion and prefer to write about "buzz features of the day" and "hate reviews". People have different demands regarding filemanagers and might be wired differently. For example I am not the only who would be driven crazy if I would have to use a MAC for more than an hour; only because of its file management approach.
( BTW, nobody who has visited the XYplorer forum will realistically expect the implementation of the buzz feature, as it has apparently been requested often and already long ago and your aversion to it is pretty obvious). You cannot stand a dual pane mode for an unknown reason; that is fine, as XY is obviously your personal creation. Pseudo arguments will not help potential customers.
A dual pane layout is, in my eyes at least, not exactly a buzz feature. ...Thanks for the hate review at snapfiles. It won't increase the chance for DP in XY, but you probably feel better now.
(If you are not luc0815: ignore this post.)