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by Free4all
20.09.2020, 22:48
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: What comes closest to FreeCommander, but for Linux?
Replies: 7
Views: 1787

Re: What comes closest to FreeCommander, but for Linux?

Midnight Commander https://midnight-commander.org/ Don't know how close it comes to FreeCommander. Try it out. Reminds me of the good old days using Norton Commander. Thanks for the tip. Are there screenshots of it anywhere? I looked at their website and documentation, and I didn't see any screensh...
by Free4all
20.09.2020, 22:43
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: What comes closest to FreeCommander, but for Linux?
Replies: 7
Views: 1787

Re: What comes closest to FreeCommander, but for Linux?

Double Commander , it also works in Windows. In some aspects it is better, in others it is worse. Definitely FreeCommander looks much better. Thank you for the tip regarding Double Commander. It's funny, it's now been in beta for 11 years, after being in alpha for 2 years! :roll: That doesn't evoke...
by Free4all
20.09.2020, 22:36
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: 829 - Mouse wheel function inverted in quick viewer
Replies: 3
Views: 103

829 - Mouse wheel function inverted in quick viewer

FC v829 64-bit donor

Not sure if this is a bug or a feature. ;)

In the Quick Viewer, for images, the mouse wheel zoom function is inverted from every other program I've used. Can you flip it to make it like other applications, or add an option to flip it?

Thanks!
by Free4all
16.08.2020, 20:31
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: 827 - Regression - FC slower to load and very "flashy"
Replies: 0
Views: 799

827 - Regression - FC slower to load and very "flashy"

FC 827 64-bit portable Donor - W7 Compared to 826, version 827 is slower to open and is very "flashy". By flashy, I mean FC starts in a particular window size, then destroys that window, then re-creates FC in its saved window size. Visually, it's not pleasant or smooth. The shortcut I use to launch ...
by Free4all
13.08.2020, 04:22
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: What comes closest to FreeCommander, but for Linux?
Replies: 7
Views: 1787

What comes closest to FreeCommander, but for Linux?

I use Windows more than Linux largely because of FreeCommander. FreeCommander is so good that I prefer to manage files within Windows instead of Linux. I would like to use Linux more, however. What comes closest to FreeCommander, but for Linux? Some of the features I love about FreeCommander: Very f...
by Free4all
13.08.2020, 04:03
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Allow setting file timestamps using image Exif data
Replies: 9
Views: 1359

Re: Allow setting file timestamps using image Exif data

It's OT, but I'm still using the Classic version, MP version is not exactly the same, but I don't have much time for testing the MP version, Classic version just can everything I need now. Moreover, for browsing images FC is better and better, EXIF support, renaming by EXIF date, even with profiles...
by Free4all
12.08.2020, 10:24
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Allow setting file timestamps using image Exif data
Replies: 9
Views: 1359

Re: Allow setting file timestamps using image Exif data

FC can read EXIF data/date taken and can write file date, so perhaps it could be added, I'm just not sure, if it's not too complicated to implement. That's what I am thinking as well. It was a tip for the Classic version, but both versions have this feature. BTW You can use Search and Browse to get...
by Free4all
11.08.2020, 13:35
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Allow setting file timestamps using image Exif data
Replies: 9
Views: 1359

Re: Allow setting file timestamps using image Exif data

AFAIK, it's not possible in FC. Hence this feature request. :wink: Workaround, it's possible in XnView (image viewer, free for non-commercial use), select images, in menu - Tools - Change timestamp, it's possible to change "file date created / modified" by EXIF date taken, modfied, digitized. Thank...
by Free4all
10.08.2020, 13:17
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: 826 - "The system call level is not correct" Error
Replies: 2
Views: 823

Re: 826 - "The system call level is not correct" Error

Thank you for the tip regarding the "Length of the path" column. That's very useful. Interestingly, according to that column, I have a bunch of files with pathnames over 256 characters, which I think I renamed or moved using FC. Not sure why FC didn't generate an error then. Any thoughts? :?: Years ...
by Free4all
10.08.2020, 03:41
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: 826 - "The system call level is not correct" Error
Replies: 2
Views: 823

826 - "The system call level is not correct" Error

FC 826 64-bit Donor portable - W7 File operations are set to use Windows. When moving a file from one folder to another, receive the error: "The system call level is not correct" See attached image for error. After some testing, I determined this to be a result of the destination pathname being too ...
by Free4all
10.08.2020, 03:02
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Allow setting file timestamps using image Exif data
Replies: 9
Views: 1359

Re: Allow setting file timestamps using image Exif data

I'm actually not looking to sort files in folders for this feature request... I'm looking to actually change their OS timestamps according to the Exif data.
by Free4all
10.08.2020, 03:00
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Allow using Windows key for keyboard shortcuts
Replies: 2
Views: 651

Re: Allow using Windows key for keyboard shortcuts

Thank you for the temporary workaround suggestions Dreamer.
by Free4all
09.08.2020, 03:38
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Add option to hide menu bar in Quick Starter window
Replies: 0
Views: 819

Add option to hide menu bar in Quick Starter window

Add an option to hide the menu bar in the Quick Starter window.
by Free4all
09.08.2020, 03:36
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Allow using Windows key for keyboard shortcuts
Replies: 2
Views: 651

Allow using Windows key for keyboard shortcuts

Allow using Windows key as a modifier for keyboard shortcuts, especially the global shortcut for Screenshots.

Depending on the programming language being used, can allow user to specify LeftWin, RightWin, or either.
by Free4all
09.08.2020, 03:34
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Allow setting file timestamps using image Exif data
Replies: 9
Views: 1359

Allow setting file timestamps using image Exif data

It would be great to be able to set file OS timestamps using an image's Exif timestamp data.

Both for individual files and batches of files would be perfect.

Could even allow setting folder timestamps by using the newest/oldest (user selectable) Exif timestamp of files in the folder.