Hey, I'm looking for a zip utility that has [good] decompression support for most of the common formats (7z, zip, tar, etc. - rar and multi-volume rar would be nice as well). I just downloaded Keka - and though seemingly a nice program, it runs like the standard unarchiver, which is kind of not what I'm looking for. I'm looking for something more conventional, like KDE, Gnome, XFCE come with, or all the compression programs in windows have, conventional as in opening it shows the list of files inside it, and you can drag out whatever you want. Sometimes I just want to look into an archive without pulling anything out. A direct port of 7zip would be nice, but there doesn't appear to be any, or anything that follows the conventional compression/decompression GUI front ends, ie. Ark, 7zip, winrar, winzip, peazip, etc. I realize it's more conventional in OS X to not go with this method, probably because the default unarchiver doesn't allow it, but I'm not really looking for convention for this :-\. Thanks in advance.