Just wanted to note some behavior centered around File Selection and highlighting in OPUS that's I've noticed.
Generally, I much prefer the "Full row" highlighting style, except that in that mode, You can't right click ANYWHERE on the line of a file and get the context menu of the folder, you'll always get the context menu of the file.
Changing to "Highlight filename only", and then checking the HIGHLIGHT ENTIRE ROW works much better, except for another, albeit minor, issue. In this config, right clicking on the FILENAME gets you the file context menu and right clicking anywhere else on the row gets you the folder context menu, which I think is reasonable, and DOUBLE CLICKING on the filename acts as you would expect (execute/open the file), but double clicking anywhere else on the line does nothing.
Since the whole line is highlighted in this mode, I'd think it'd be reasonable to act the same as double clicking on the filename itself (ie open or exec the file on the row that was dbl clicked.)
And finally, in this mode, if you single click anywhere on a row OTHER than the file name, again, nothing happens. I'd think that should select the row, just as if you'd single clicked on the filename itself, which does work as expected.
What's interesting is that with one or more rows selected, single clicked anywhere except the filename DOES UNSELECT everything, so opus definitely recognizes the click, I'm just thinking the behavior isn't quite right in that case.
All minor issues in fantastically useful app, granted. Just wanted to throw this out there....