Any 'UNDO' **OK can interface WinExp**

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Any 'UNDO' **OK can interface WinExp**

#1 Post by ronkrzy » 09.10.2016, 01:18

Windows 10 Explorer will 'undo' a most recent copy or delete with Ctl Z. Does FreeCommander have such an option/command?
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Re: Any 'UNDO' **NONE...apparently**

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Re: Any 'UNDO' **NONE...apparently**

#3 Post by Marek » 09.10.2016, 07:49

For drag&drop and for delete (Vista+ method) you can use the UNDO in Windows Explorer.
If you want to undo the last operation (e.g. drag&drop) made in FreeCommander - open the Windows Explorer and click on the free space in the file list. From the context menu you can undo the last operation.

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Re: Any 'UNDO' *Yes, jump to Win Explorer**

#4 Post by ronkrzy » 09.10.2016, 14:32

Marek wrote:For drag&drop and for delete (Vista+ method) you can use the UNDO in Windows Explorer.
If you want to undo the last operation (e.g. drag&drop) made in FreeCommander - open the Windows Explorer and click on the free space in the file list. From the context menu you can undo the last operation.
Thanks Marek, for quickly detected mistakes, jumping to Explorer works! That helps a lot and will suffice for me.

Also many thanks for a great product. Just got the donor version, and have already made good use of it. Used FTP and the folder compare with three similar test/live/unmodified genealogy websites against a local WampServer on my laptop. Able to do that which was not possible with FileZilla, cleaning up many files.

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Re: Any 'UNDO' **OK can interface WinExp**

#5 Post by Dreamer » 30.10.2016, 14:36

Undo in Windows Explorer(Windos 10) works also for Ctrl+C / Ctrl+X / Ctrl+V keyboard shortcuts operations in FreeCommander and multi-level undo is supported, I tried 4 operations.

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