Some Problems With v690 And Win7_x64

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Some Problems With v690 And Win7_x64

#1 Post by thisguycecil » 13.05.2015, 02:23

Hello.

All of the following bugs generated under an alternate INI environment:

1. Help | Shortcuts: The generated HTML file (fc_Shortcuts_en.htm) only shows the original keyboard shortcuts list, and not the one customized by the user.

2. View | Layouts | Auto Save Current Layout: Created a new 'Test' layout and pointed to it when enabling the auto-save feature. Added new folder tabs and selected various folders for testing. Both the selected layout name and auto-save option are still highlighted in the menu. Closed FCXE and re-opened it. The last used folder tabs and folders are lost, because the last manually saved environment (Tools | Save Settings) is restored upon opening. Also, the selected layout name and auto-save option are no longer highlighted in the menu.

3. Custom font size for the folder tree and favorites tree: These font size settings are lost frequently when other customizations under Tools | Settings are made and saved.

Hope this helps. Thanks.

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Re: Some Problems With v690 And Win7_x64

#2 Post by joby_toss » 13.05.2015, 07:28

1. Not a bug. Shortcuts are saved in the FreeCommander.shc file. That .html file you're referring to is not "generated"; it's only a list of the default shortcuts.

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Re: Some Problems With v690 And Win7_x64

#3 Post by thisguycecil » 14.05.2015, 00:39

Re item 1:

Yeah, I guess it's more under the category of "feature that doesn't make sense in the context of what you expect to use it for in the Help menu". :-)

When I click the "shortcuts list" button to generate an external copy of the shortcuts data, it only allows saving it to a "TXT" file. Is there some way to take that output and port it easily to a HTML file which might look similar to the default list created via the Help menu?

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Re: Some Problems With v690 And Win7_x64

#4 Post by joby_toss » 14.05.2015, 06:04

Similar? Don't think so...

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