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[fixed] Opening files from search result opens from the wrong location in this case

Posted: 30.08.2017, 16:03
by larsen
Have a directory containing some sub-dirs:
commands
conf.d
hosts

Start a search for some text and get a result of five files in different sub-dirs, s. screenshot:
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Select the last four files and press Enter.

Four files are opened in my text editor (UltraEdit in this case), but only the first two contain text. The others don't contain text and I can see in the window title, that although those files are located in "hosts", they were opened from "conf.d"!

I don't know why the text editor doesn't present a warning, when those files are opened from the search result. If if copy the filename/path of the opened file from within UltraEdit and try to open e.g. "C:\Projects\nagios\conf.d\isp.cfg", I get a (correct) warning that this file doesn't exist.

It doesn't matter how many files I select as long as I start with the second one in this case. If I select "index", all files are opened correctly. Selecting the second or third file and any of the other ones, leads to the aforementioned problem.



FreeCommander XE 2017 Build 755 64-bit donor
Windows 10 version 1703

Re: Opening files from search result opens from the wrong location in this case

Posted: 31.08.2017, 05:57
by Karol
As workaround - right click and "Open".

Re: Opening files from search result opens from the wrong location in this case

Posted: 30.11.2017, 22:33
by larsen
Still a problem in version 762.

Re: Opening files from search result opens from the wrong location in this case

Posted: 31.01.2018, 14:42
by larsen
Fixed in (at least) 770