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by claude
04.09.2017, 10:19
Forum: Resolved Bugs, Issues, Requests
Topic: Can't copy files from GoPro
Replies: 6
Views: 16068

Re: Can't copy files from GoPro

This is still not really fixed in FC 751. Now it crashes when I try to access my phone. Works find in Windows Explorer. date/time : 2017-07-15, 12:40:34, 705ms ... executable : FreeCommander.exe exec. date/time : 2017-01-20 13:57 version : 2017.0.0.740 compiled with : Delphi XE7 madExcept version : ...
by claude
31.07.2017, 10:05
Forum: Resolved Bugs, Issues, Requests
Topic: Can't copy files from GoPro
Replies: 6
Views: 16068

Re: Can't copy files from GoPro

I did the upgrade and it works now.
by claude
22.07.2017, 21:10
Forum: Resolved Bugs, Issues, Requests
Topic: Can't copy files from GoPro
Replies: 6
Views: 16068

Re: Can't copy files from GoPro

How do I get release 748?
I got an email with a download link for 740 x64. But even that doesn't work anymore.
I bought it a month ago.

Claude
by claude
16.07.2017, 18:58
Forum: Resolved Bugs, Issues, Requests
Topic: Can't copy files from GoPro
Replies: 6
Views: 16068

Can't copy files from GoPro

I'm using: Windows 10 Pro x64 FreeCommander XE 2017, Build 740 64-bit GoPro Hero 5 Black I searched here for GoPro , but didn't find anything. Problem: When I connect my GoPro Hero 5 and want to copy files using FC it does not work and I can't use the context menu on any of these files. Everything w...
by claude
25.06.2017, 18:21
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: native UHD/4K display support
Replies: 2
Views: 2548

Re: native UHD/4K display support

Marek wrote:
25.06.2017, 14:47
- Find your freecommander executable, right click > Properties > Compatibility
- Check "disable display scaling on high dpi settings"
Perfect. I had to set it so that the application itself can handle it. Now it looks beautiful.
by claude
25.06.2017, 12:51
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: native UHD/4K display support
Replies: 2
Views: 2548

native UHD/4K display support

On my new laptop I have ultra HD. It looks blurry. Probably because Windows 10 simply enlarges everything. So Freecommander doesn't actually render anything in the native screen resolution. Here you can compare what it looks like to what windows explorer looks like: https://dl.dropbox.com/s/dtjr8gon...