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by larsen
30.11.2017, 22:32
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Go to dialog missing tab stop for one element
Replies: 6
Views: 2365

Re: Go to dialog missing tab stop for one element

Still a problem in version 762.
by larsen
08.10.2017, 14:02
Forum: Resolved Bugs, Issues, Requests
Topic: [fixed] 760 - Renaming a file fails for German umlauts
Replies: 4
Views: 329

[fixed] 760 - Renaming a file fails for German umlauts

Steps to reproduce: - Have a file "ölwechsel.txt" - Try to rename it to "Ölwechsel.txt" (capital Ö instead of the small one) While this works for "zündkerzen.txt" to "Zündkerzen.txt", here it fails with the error message 'File or folder with the new name "Ölwechsel.txt" already exists!' Windows 10 1...
by larsen
06.10.2017, 18:48
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Go to dialog missing tab stop for one element
Replies: 6
Views: 2365

Re: Go to dialog missing tab stop for one element

*push*
Still a problem in version 760.
by larsen
30.08.2017, 16:03
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Opening files from search result opens from the wrong location in this case
Replies: 2
Views: 203

Opening files from search result opens from the wrong location in this case

Have a directory containing some sub-dirs: commands conf.d hosts Start a search for some text and get a result of five files in different sub-dirs, s. screenshot: Clipboard-1.png Select the last four files and press Enter. Four files are opened in my text editor (UltraEdit in this case), but only th...
by larsen
06.07.2017, 22:52
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: [solved] Pattern of date in "Create Folder" dialog
Replies: 2
Views: 248

[solved] Pattern of date in "Create Folder" dialog

Hello,

when you press F7 to create a new folder and then start to type "2", FC completes this to the current date, e.g. 20170707.
I would like to always use the pattern like in "2017-07-07". How can I do this? Is this configurable?


Lars
by larsen
05.05.2017, 15:27
Forum: Resolved Bugs, Issues, Requests
Topic: [fixed] Renaming a file to something that already exists fails
Replies: 1
Views: 297

[fixed] Renaming a file to something that already exists fails

Steps to reproduce
- Have two files
- Try to rename one of them to the name of the other one

Result:
Windows-Error 0x80070057: Wrong parameter

Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit, Creators Update, v1703
FreeCommander XE 2017 Build 745 64-bit donor
by larsen
04.05.2017, 15:28
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Renaming to upper/lower case does not work on USB-drive
Replies: 1
Views: 252

Renaming to upper/lower case does not work on USB-drive

To reproduce: - Have a USB-drive with FAT32 partition - Have a file abc.txt - Rename it to ABC.txt - Press Enter Expected result: File should be named ABC.txt afterwards Actual result: It is still abc.txt. Workaround: Rename the file to "xABC.txt" and delete the x in a second rename. Problem does no...
by larsen
04.01.2017, 08:05
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Where does FC store the values for "New Folder"?
Replies: 2
Views: 413

Re: Where does FC store the values for "New Folder"?

It's not the current version, but afaik not that old:
FreeCommander XE 2016 Build 720 64-bit donor
by larsen
03.01.2017, 20:03
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Where does FC store the values for "New Folder"?
Replies: 2
Views: 413

Where does FC store the values for "New Folder"?

Hello,

in the dialog to create a new folder (via F7), I start to enter characters and FC auto-completes with some recently used value.

I would like to delete/change those old values. Where does FC store those?
I couldn't find it neither in registry nor in my user profile.


Lars
by larsen
22.04.2016, 19:29
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: X-button for a tab should get visible when hovering mouse
Replies: 3
Views: 723

Re: X-button for a tab should get visible when hovering mous

Yes, optionally is always good.
Middle button is assigned to do a double click already.
by larsen
22.04.2016, 10:54
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: X-button for a tab should get visible when hovering mouse
Replies: 3
Views: 723

X-button for a tab should get visible when hovering mouse

The "X"-button for a tab should get visible when hovering the mouse over it, so the tab can be closed without opening it. This is useful for tabs which would take a long time to load when opened, e.g. disconnected network drives.