In properties "Folder Information" display, move # folders, #files and total size higher so no need to scroll to see these
I realize Solid Explorer, like all Android apps, runs on many devices with many screen sizes, but even with the really large screen on my Samsung Galaxy Note, I find it a nuisance that I cannot view at a glance -- without having to scroll down -- the most essential attributes relating to a folder of set of files/folders I have selected to see properties for. As a software developer and film editor, perhaps my needs are different than other users ... but while the moving imagge and pie chart are impressive, I usually just ignore those and have to flick down to bring up what I really need to see.
I'd suggest you reformat more tightly or provide global options to select order of display under "properties". Or else relocate the pie chart to a different tab under "properties" . I also note that there's an option to turn off display of an image under "properties" so it would be great if doing so resulted in the tabbed portions being shifted up to utilize the otherwise unused space. This would then not have to upset users who like the way properties is set up already.
Typically, # folder, #files and total size is the primary information I need to see ... the secondarily, modification date. I already know where I am in the file system, so current and parent folders are, to me at least, auxillary information. I don't find all that useful he graphic displaying storage usage relative to device storage size. In fact, I usually completely ignore that.
But these, I realize, are just MY preferences. Unless others happen to agree?
Perhaps what this boils down to is that there is too much information on the "Folder Information" tab and perhaps it could be redistributed to elimiate need to scroll down to see the most essential data.
Again, I do realize that no matter what you do, you can't please 100% of the users 100% of the time. As a software developer, I know how frustrating/challenging this can be. Even more problematic when screen size can vary wildly. Even more so considering that layout options on handheld devices are pretty limited, compared to what is possible on a full-sized computer display.
Once again, I am rambling. But imagine if you had to read through all my words to find out how many votes Trump and Hillary have in Ohio at 3am next November?