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by wadja0
19.01.2010, 22:17
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Shift+Click selection not working properly
Replies: 1
Views: 2135

Re: Shift+Click selection not working properly

I'm sorry I'm not posting an answer for you. I just wanted to say that it is a problem for me as well. That's pretty much the only, lets say feature, which Windows Explorer [ugh :( ] does better then FreeCommander. I would like it if FC treated any view as Details view in way of using Shift + left-c...
by wadja0
19.01.2010, 21:53
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Can I associate folders to open with FreeCommander?
Replies: 8
Views: 18609

Success (I think...)

Hi. I've been able to confirm the theory of how it's done, but still haven't been able to test it out on Windows Vista. This way with tingling with the registry was suggested to me (read: told to me) by " dboki89 " from PortableApps.com... Anyway, this should be the way to associate FreeCommander to...
by wadja0
13.01.2010, 14:14
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Can I associate folders to open with FreeCommander?
Replies: 8
Views: 18609

Associations on Vista

Hi. About the Vista, I can't currently get access to a Vista running machine. I know that " File associations " option was moved from Windows Explorer into the Control Panel on Vista. But I am unsure on how to set a program as default "explorer". I think it's somewhere in the " Control Panel " > " P...
by wadja0
13.01.2010, 10:40
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Can I associate folders to open with FreeCommander?
Replies: 8
Views: 18609

Got it working! :D

Ok. So, I managed to do this (on a Windows XP machine). I didn't mess around with the registry, but instead I did the following: 1) Created a New Folder on Desktop, and opened it (with Windows Explorer, double-clicking it) [note: you don't need to create a New Folder, it's just what I did...] 2) Wen...
by wadja0
12.01.2010, 22:40
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Can I associate folders to open with FreeCommander?
Replies: 8
Views: 18609

Can I associate folders to open with FreeCommander?

Hi. I was wondering if it was possible to change the default exlorer on Windows XP and/or Vista? What I mean is, can FreeCommander somehow, anyhow be set to automatically run and open a folder after it's double-clicked? I've been using FreeCommander for quite some time and just love all it's feature...