[..] item also for root disk dir., same as in 7-Zip

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[..] item also for root disk dir., same as in 7-Zip

#1 Post by Dreamer » 20.10.2007, 18:46

[..] item also for root disk dir., same as in 7-Zip, as option perhaps. To be able to display all drives as items in the file list.

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#2 Post by poisonu » 20.11.2007, 01:44

Good Day,

Would like to support this feature request.
That is the ability to view all drives as items in the file list...

Thank You,

Roberta
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#3 Post by MarillionKid » 23.11.2007, 00:50

I also need this. Hope the developers add it, please and many thanks!

:oops: :lol: :oops:

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#4 Post by Ashareth » 27.11.2007, 15:39

Edit>>
Just to be sure, is that the type of view you want to have :

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If yes, it would be a good thing too i must admit. ;) (raah i miss it so much i'm forced to launch the windows explorer to have it when i need it :)) .

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#5 Post by Dreamer » 27.11.2007, 22:18

Yes, it is, your screenshot is from 7-Zip. I'll close the other topic, since it's a duplicate.

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#6 Post by Ashareth » 29.11.2007, 14:06

It's what i thought but i was not sure so i posted the ss to be sure. :)

And yes, i miss it a lot. ;)

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#7 Post by Stuee » 10.02.2008, 11:11

Me too - to be able to view all drives and their properties at the 'My Computer' level is a must.

Actually I cannot think of a single other application that will not display this view when navigating. This seems to me like a glaring omission, especially in a file manager.

I strongly support this request :-)
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#8 Post by DG » 12.02.2008, 23:42

I also support this request.

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Great request!

#9 Post by paravantis » 13.02.2008, 07:45

I also support this request. It would be a great feature addition.

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#10 Post by oldenny » 21.03.2008, 02:59

I think that this is a feature disable by developers and sometimes do not run. See the screenshot ...

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#11 Post by oldenny » 21.03.2008, 03:05

Is a bug or a feature?

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#12 Post by oldenny » 21.03.2008, 03:05

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#13 Post by ralfso » 23.03.2008, 10:51

How did you make this "full-tree-view" in FreeCommander? With a image editing program? Or did I miss something in the FC-setting?
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#14 Post by oldenny » 25.03.2008, 04:27

This is a bug in PID identification: if you close fc with a zip file opened, when you reopen fc the tree is there.

(i hope you understand my bad english)

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#15 Post by oldenny » 25.03.2008, 15:13

why not to transform this bug into an option, as well as occulting the icons or list of drives, to get more space in desktop?

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