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Favorites Tree Category State Not Saved

#1 Post by wwwKris » 18.06.2019, 14:31

In the release notes for version 606, it says the following: "Favorites tree - category state (expanded/collapsed) will be saved"

I'm using Build 792 64-bit donor and the category state doesn't seem to be being saved. Is there a setting that needs to be enabled?

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Re: Favorites Tree Category State Not Saved

#2 Post by wwwKris » 19.06.2019, 12:04

Here's a screenshot of what I mean. I'm trying to find a way to have categories closed by default when I launch FreeCommander. The release note seemed to indicate that the state would be remembered on close but it doesn't appear to be working.

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Re: Favorites Tree Category State Not Saved

#3 Post by Marek » 20.06.2019, 18:37

It works currently only in if you save colapsed nodes in dialog Shift+Ctrl+F.

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Re: Favorites Tree Category State Not Saved

#4 Post by wwwKris » 28.06.2019, 14:53

Marek wrote:
20.06.2019, 18:37
It works currently only in if you save colapsed nodes in dialog Shift+Ctrl+F.
Thanks Marek, tested that and it works great! I can now have categories default to closed which is exactly what I was hoping for. :-)

FYI, one thing I noticed is that dragging a favorite from one category to another triggers a save as well ... i.e. if I drag a favorite into another category, it automatically opens the category and sets the default state to open the next time I launch FreeCommander.

Not sure if that's intended functionality or not but thought I'd mention it as triggering a state save only when someone opens/closes the category in the dialog might be slightly more intuitive/consistent.

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