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by fallout33
28.12.2013, 11:31
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: UAC at every start of FC when installing to custom directory
Replies: 0
Views: 2031

UAC at every start of FC when installing to custom directory

When specifying a custom installation directory e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\FreeCommander\ instead of C:\Program Files (x86)\FreeCommander XE\ the following problems occur: an error occurs at the end of the installation (does not seem to influence the proper functioning of the application) the UAC p...
by fallout33
11.06.2012, 21:17
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Own copy function for better performance
Replies: 26
Views: 19424

Re: Own copy function for better performance

[...] I thought you're using XE too, since this is the beta discussion sub-forum [...] (In my first posting in this thread I have already mentioned that I am using the stable version.) Despite the version difference I have chosen this thread because it was the best fitting one (topic was not discus...
by fallout33
10.06.2012, 21:06
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Own copy function for better performance
Replies: 26
Views: 19424

Re: Own copy function for better performance

Which version of FreeCommander are you using?

I'm using 2009.02b.
by fallout33
08.06.2012, 10:43
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Own copy function for better performance
Replies: 26
Views: 19424

Re: Own copy function for better performance

joby_toss wrote:[...] Dealing with paths containing spaces works for me if I use quotes on InactivDir parameter [...]
It only works if the source path does not contain any spaces - that's a 50% improvement in comparison to the previous situation :)
by fallout33
06.06.2012, 17:17
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Own copy function for better performance
Replies: 26
Views: 19424

Re: Own copy function for better performance

[...] I solved the problem by using the ActivSel variable instead of ActivSelAsFile which was mentioned several times in this thread. FileCopyPrg=C:\Program Files\Ultracopier\ultracopier.exe cp %ActivSel% %InactivDir% FileMovePrg=C:\Program Files\Ultracopier\ultracopier.exe mv %ActivSel% %InactivDi...
by fallout33
05.06.2012, 20:21
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Own copy function for better performance
Replies: 26
Views: 19424

Re: Own copy function for better performance

[...] No settings were changed in my FC .ini files [...] Note that UC did not intercept copy/move commands given in FC using F5/F6 or Shift+F5/Shift+F6 (only Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V and drag&drop were intercepted). For this to work, we need to find the correct command line commands for UC. The UltraCopier pa...
by fallout33
18.03.2012, 21:22
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Own copy function for better performance
Replies: 26
Views: 19424

Re: Own copy function for better performance

I've just tested version 0.3.0.3 portable and it works (intercepts) with FC XE 581 and FC 2009.02b.418 using Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V commands, on my win7x64sp1 (just like yours ;) ). The command line syntax should look like this: ultracopier cp [folders/files] [destination folder] [...] Thank you for testing...
by fallout33
18.03.2012, 15:19
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Own copy function for better performance
Replies: 26
Views: 19424

Re: Own copy function for better performance

joby_toss wrote:[...] It means that most people don't need to. [...]
Don't need to what? Use the plugin?
Well, actually this does not answer my question because I did not ask if many people want to do that.

What I do wanted to know is if the integration is (easily) possible and if yes, how?
by fallout33
17.03.2012, 20:53
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Own copy function for better performance
Replies: 26
Views: 19424

Re: Own copy function for better performance

ralfso wrote:[...] The new FreeCommander XE has its own copy routine [...]
Does this mean, that Ultracopier cannot be integrated into FreeCommander and that the FreeCommander copy/move routine has to be used instead?
by fallout33
17.03.2012, 19:31
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Own copy function for better performance
Replies: 26
Views: 19424

Re:

[...] Do you also know the correct lines for Ultracopier? [...] In the meantime more than 3 years have passed since the last posting, but the question stays the same: How to integrate Ultracopier into FreeCommander? The integration into Windows does not work. The only way to use it is to explicitly...
by fallout33
10.01.2012, 23:27
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: drag move to tab?
Replies: 7
Views: 7057

Re: drag move to tab?

[...] You just hold down the control key while you are dragging it, then you are good top go [...] Using the ctrl+mouse for copying or shift+mouse for moving files, works for the main file view panel and directory tree view panel, but not for the tabs because there a dialog pops up, both for copyin...
by fallout33
06.01.2012, 21:06
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: drag move to tab?
Replies: 7
Views: 7057

Re: drag move to tab?

How can I disable or skip the dialog when copying or moving a file by dragging it onto another tab (simply proceed with the dialog default settings)?

Windows 7 64bit SP1
FreeCommander 2009.02b
by fallout33
03.01.2012, 23:48
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Subversion/Tortoise Support?
Replies: 10
Views: 21226

Re: Subversion/Tortoise Support?

Windows 7 64bit SP1 FreeCommander 2009.02b TortoiseHg 2.2.2 64bit I also had problems with TortoiseHg (similar to TortoiseSVN) with the icon overlay. It worked in the Windows explorer, but not in FreeCommander. I tried the suggestion of installing the TortoiseHg 32bit version, but Windows did not al...
by fallout33
21.09.2009, 10:30
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: FC and SuperCopier2 problem (bug?)
Replies: 9
Views: 11804

[...] "Handled Processes" has been temporarily disabled in Supercopier 2.2 beta [...] Handled Processes also contained "explorer.exe". Although this panel is disabled at the moment, the interception of copy and paste commands in the explorer still works. [...] and went back to the old Supercopier u...
by fallout33
21.09.2009, 09:11
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: FC and SuperCopier2 problem (bug?)
Replies: 9
Views: 11804

SuperCopier 2.2 Beta works in Windows XP using the standard ctrl+c and ctrl+v commands (or with the standard explorer context menu). However, in FreeCommander (2009.02) the Windows copy function is used. I have the copy/move confirmations disabled and already tried the "UseFcForPaste=0", as suggeste...