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by HansS
28.11.2023, 13:53
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: FC 899 shows not existing dirs and files in root of network shares
Replies: 0
Views: 36227

FC 899 shows not existing dirs and files in root of network shares

FreeCommander XE 2023 899 64-bit donor (but same error with with public v880). Win10 22H2 Enterprise on Dell Latitude 7420 Win11 22H2 Enterprise on Dell Latitude 5540 I have e.g. drive L: and Z: mapped to some network share or have RDP "\\tsclient\C" etc., and FC shows in all these locatio...
by HansS
26.07.2019, 11:30
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Search for files/folders does not work with ";" in path
Replies: 0
Views: 54873

Search for files/folders does not work with ";" in path

If I'm in a dir with ";" in the path, e.g. "C:\temp\A;B;C", then click "Search for files/folders", add some name and click "Find" I only get errors in "Search log". Even after adding double quotes around the path by hand it does not work. PS.: In e.g...
by HansS
28.05.2019, 16:56
Forum: Resolved Bugs, Issues, Requests
Topic: Call with /T dir /C not working if ::Computer is active
Replies: 4
Views: 66616

Re: Call with /T dir /C not working if ::Computer is active

For explanation why I checked the command line handling: In want to be able to open path in FreeCommander via SendTo from any other application (like Everything, 7zFM, Windows explorer and any file or dir selection dialogues). Unfortunately the options are not evaluated position independent, so e.g....
by HansS
27.05.2019, 19:41
Forum: Resolved Bugs, Issues, Requests
Topic: Call with /T dir /C not working if ::Computer is active
Replies: 4
Views: 66616

Re: Call with /T dir /C not working if ::Computer is active

I had to restore my system and forgot to update FreeCommander after this :oops: - it's an old problem from 771, and Ralf is right, the problem does not exist in 797. This issue can be closed.
by HansS
27.05.2019, 14:35
Forum: Resolved Bugs, Issues, Requests
Topic: Call with /T dir /C not working if ::Computer is active
Replies: 4
Views: 66616

Re: Call with /T dir /C not working if ::Computer is active

Hello Ralf. My "::Computer" shows mapped and subst drives, but no other special things!? Nevertheless it does not work here, see screen-shot. Would it help if I send my settings files? PS: In the screen-shot you can see another small problem: N: mapping is shown with a red "x". E...
by HansS
27.05.2019, 00:16
Forum: Resolved Bugs, Issues, Requests
Topic: Call with /T dir /C not working if ::Computer is active
Replies: 4
Views: 66616

Call with /T dir /C not working if ::Computer is active

I start FreeCommander default with ::Computer Then call like C:\Tools\FreeCommanderXE\FreeCommander.exe /T C:\Users /C does not work - new tab is ::Computer instead of "C:\Users" If I open e.g. "C:\", same command does what it should do. FreeCommanderXE-64-donor_portable797 (2019...
by HansS
13.03.2018, 10:59
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: FreeCommanderXE-64-donor_portable771: Command line does not work if current tab is ::Computer
Replies: 0
Views: 7698

FreeCommanderXE-64-donor_portable771: Command line does not work if current tab is ::Computer

If FreeCommanderXE is running with tab ::Computer in active panel (in list view and "Favorites Tree" active, "Folder Tree" not active) the following command line simply opens a second ::Computer tab instead of "P:\E0xxx\E06xx\E065x": "C:\Tools\FreeCommanderXE\FreeC...
by HansS
04.02.2017, 10:37
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Split with FreeCommander XE
Replies: 4
Views: 7301

Re: Split with FreeCommander XE

1. The "Split file" function is still missing in FC XE 2017 Build 740 :(. 2. But there is a "Split file" icon in the list of commands, which you can add to some action toolbar - which gives you an always disabled (useless) button in your toolbar! As long as the function does not ...
by HansS
23.12.2016, 18:57
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Add "1 h difference ignore" option for "Folder -> Compare"
Replies: 0
Views: 3720

Add "1 h difference ignore" option for "Folder -> Compare"

Due to the stupid DST handling in MS-Windows the file time can change by 1h if DST status changes :evil:, and this depends on the used file system. E.g. if you copy files form NTFS-HD to FAT-USB-stick in summer, then compare in winter (ore vice versa), you will notice that time of some files differs...
by HansS
23.12.2016, 18:50
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: "1 h difference ignore" option for "Compare folders" missing
Replies: 7
Views: 10766

Re: "1 h difference ignore" option for "Compare folders" mis

You can make a topic in the section "Feature Requests". OK - for me it looked like a bug to support the "1 h difference ignore" in "Folder -> Synchronize" but not in "Folder -> Compare" - and I don't care if it's called a bug or a feature request, and I don't...
by HansS
23.12.2016, 14:07
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: "1 h difference ignore" option for "Compare folders" missing
Replies: 7
Views: 10766

Re: "1 h difference ignore" option for "Compare folders" mis

I just tested with "FreeCommanderXE-64-donor_portable734.zip": There is still no option "1 h difference ignore" for "Compare folders" :(.
by HansS
01.10.2016, 19:32
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: "1 h difference ignore" option for "Compare folders" missing
Replies: 7
Views: 10766

Re: "1 h difference ignore" option for "Compare folders" mis

I just tested with "FreeCommanderXE-64-donor_portable729.zip": There is still no option "1 h difference ignore" for "Compare folders" :(. @Timon: Unchecking "Date of last change" is no solution - in folder compare a real(!) difference in time stamp must be det...
by HansS
26.09.2016, 10:54
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: "1 h difference ignore" option for "Compare folders" missing
Replies: 7
Views: 10766

"1 h difference ignore" option for "Compare folders" missing

Due to the stupid DST handling in MS-Windows the file time can change by 1h if DST status changes :evil:, and this depends on the used file system. E.g. if you copy files form NTFS-HD to FAT-USB-stick in summer, then compare in winter (ore vice versa), you will notice that time of some files differs...
by HansS
26.07.2016, 15:03
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Quick search does not work with special characters
Replies: 1
Views: 5649

Quick search does not work with special characters

I have folders with special characters, e.g. "c't" or a!b, a#b, a$b, a@b, a~b, a+b, a'b. If I type a character then e.g. "'" or AltGr, the search string disappears, and "!" gives an error message. In above examples only a#b and a+b works. FreeCommander XE 2016 Buld 726 ...