Need File Operation Undo/redo

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ravellar
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Need File Operation Undo/redo

#1 Post by ravellar » 18.08.2017, 13:01

Need File Operation Undo/redo

Timon
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Re: Need File Operation Undo/redo

#2 Post by Timon » 19.08.2017, 05:46



ravellar
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Re: Need File Operation Undo/redo

#4 Post by ravellar » 21.08.2017, 14:45

Yes i already know about Windows undo.need easy access custom button dedicated Undo Redo , Please have a Undo Redo Button. on the toolbar.

Underdog
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Re: Need File Operation Undo/redo

#5 Post by Underdog » 17.09.2017, 08:43

I totally agree with ravellar: FreeCommander should provide access to the Windows undo function! Having to invoke the Windows Explorer to undo a file operation is a workaround at best and contradicts (minimally) the concept of using FreeCommander as an alternative Windows file manager.
FreeCommander is an easy-to-use alternative to the standard windows [sic] file manager. The program helps you with daily work in Windows. Here you can find all the necessary functions to manage your data stock.
The undo function for renaming, copying, moving and deleting files most certainly belongs to "all the necessary functions" as well as keeping FC an "easy-to-use alternative". It's silly to have to invoke the Windows Explorer for such a commonly used file operation.

Why not take the challenge, Marek?
;-)
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Forez
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Re: Need File Operation Undo/redo

#6 Post by Forez » 23.09.2017, 13:32

Underdog wrote:
17.09.2017, 08:43
[...] FreeCommander should provide access to the Windows undo function! Having to invoke the Windows Explorer to undo a file operation is a workaround at best and contradicts (minimally) the concept of using FreeCommander as an alternative Windows file manager. [...]
Nailed it

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