FC crashes when deleting multiple files/folders

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FC crashes when deleting multiple files/folders

#1 Post by andreas » 27.07.2017, 20:11

Note: Topic moved to "FreeCommander XE - donor" section" -Dreamer

Latest Donor Release 750, 64bit (but had it also with previous versions, portable version
Windows 10, 1703.15063.483, 64bitg)

Selecting multiple files or folders and trying them to delete via "shift+del" causes application to crash.

Going back to Build 749 everything is still fine.

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Re: FC crashes when deleting multiple files/folders

#2 Post by Dreamer » 27.07.2017, 20:54

OK, first I couldn't reproduce it, but once FC has frozen completely, while used FC delete operation and the queue. Anyway, I couldn't reproduce it again.

If you can reproduce it always, please provide more information, steps to reproduce, which delete operation options are you using, how many files are you deleting...

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Re: FC crashes when deleting multiple files/folders

#3 Post by alf5000 » 28.07.2017, 13:33

confirmed if "Use FreeCommander" for file deletion is active
win7pro x64 - FCXE x64

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Re: FC crashes when deleting multiple files/folders

#4 Post by Dreamer » 28.07.2017, 19:27

Could you test with default settings, please? I Tried to set FC operation for Delete and delete more files, but I can't reproduce it (except that single freeze of program).

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Re: FC crashes when deleting multiple files/folders

#5 Post by alf5000 » 28.07.2017, 22:00

don't need multiple files --> I want to delete a single file --> crash dialog
don't need shift+del --> I use DEL key --> crash dialog

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BUT (and this is really strange):
If I use ESC-key twice on the crash-dialog it vanishes and FCXE does the deletion correctly and FCXE does NOT crash.
I suppose the crash-dialog is evoked mistakenly.

[edit: I tested on default settings, only changed the mode of file-operations]
win7pro x64 - FCXE x64

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Re: FC crashes when deleting multiple files/folders

#6 Post by Dreamer » 28.07.2017, 22:17

Weird, I tried the same, default settings + FC operations, Del or Shift+Del, one or few files or folders, no crash.

FC 750 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit creators update.

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Deleting Files Crashes FreeCommander XE

#7 Post by Buster » 30.07.2017, 07:58

Note: Topic merged with another similar topic. -Dreamer

FreeComander throws crash a dialog when deleting 1 or more files.
Pressing escape twice will close said dialog and FC continues on to delete files.
Crash dialog appears regardless of file/folder operation setting chosen or whether use recycle bin or del permanently is chosen.

Fresh/clean install.
This was since installing version FreeCommander XE 2017 Build 750 64-bit donor.
749 did not exhibit this behavior.

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Re: Deleting Files Crashes FreeCommander XE

#8 Post by Buster » 30.07.2017, 08:42

Messed with this for awhile and selected use external program (left blank) and now i only get a windows brand confirm dialog box. When I change it back (apply) it to either use FC or use Windows I only get the windows dialog. I can live with that but there still a bug somewhere cause I don't get the old FC queue delete dialog box when FC is selected. I'm done with it for now. Definitely weird. Using Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.10586].

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Re: FC crashes when deleting multiple files/folders

#9 Post by alf5000 » 31.07.2017, 09:51

seems to be fixed in 751 :)
win7pro x64 - FCXE x64

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