658 (x64): right click on a folder on a network share...

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Nova
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658 (x64): right click on a folder on a network share...

#1 Post by Nova » 11.04.2014, 14:53

Hello,

I noticed a problem with the latest version of FreeCommander: right click on a folder on a network share is locking the application.
In particular, what I see is this:

* I open a network share (UNC path) in one pane (e.g. \\server\myShare\...)
* Right click on a folder
* FCXE "hangs", showing the "busy" icon, and it is not responding anymore
* The context menu takes around 30 seconds to show

This is random: sometimes, the right click (and the context menu) is immediate. The same problem does NOT happen for local folders; it does NOT happen also if I map a network drive to the same UNC path. By the way, I have no problem in navigating the network folders (no lag, and no error)

Technical details:
* FreeCommander XE 2014 , version 658 (x64) donor
* Windows 8.1 64-bit
* Happens with default settings and without the plugins as well.

Thanks!!

wrbird
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Re: 658 (x64): right click on a folder on a network share...

#2 Post by wrbird » 11.04.2014, 19:37

Can't duplicate. Mine works fine, but I'm on Windows 7.

Technical details:
* FreeCommander XE 2014 , version 658 (x64) donor
* Windows 7 64-bit

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Re: 658 (x64): right click on a folder on a network share...

#3 Post by joby_toss » 11.04.2014, 19:57

Try it with different options:

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Nova
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Re: 658 (x64): right click on a folder on a network share...

#4 Post by Nova » 14.04.2014, 13:44

joby_toss wrote:Try it with different options:
...mmmmm, actually selecting "Use FC for network loading" seems to "solve" this problem (or, at least, it happens less, or the timeout is smaller).
I wonder if this is a bug, actually, or not...

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