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by CTRL_ALT_DEL
07.02.2019, 01:31
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: UNDO: is there no undo?
Replies: 4
Views: 3489

Re: UNDO: is there no undo?

When I was using XP, Powerdesk 3.03 was my file manager. It's essentially the template from which FreeCommander is based off of. It was created for Windows 98, so it will crash every so often in XP. It also doesn't have the up/down column markers we're all used to, but it's a close match to FreeComm...
by CTRL_ALT_DEL
07.02.2019, 01:08
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Marek, please explain your stance on UNDO/REDO
Replies: 3
Views: 5909

Re: Marek, please explain your stance on UNDO/REDO

It's 2019. Still no UNDO/REDO. You don't want to annoy your users, right? You said it yourself. One would think that with all the donations you've received over the last 5 years, that you'd find the motivation to add FC's most requested feature. After all, practically every-single-file-manager ever ...
by CTRL_ALT_DEL
05.05.2018, 20:27
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Drag & Drop is BROKEN in Windows 10
Replies: 3
Views: 3071

Re: Drag & Drop is BROKEN in Windows 10

Every time I attempt to drop a file into a ZIP or RAR, instead of performing the task as it does in Windows 7 x86, I receive the following message: "1 Interupted Action. The source and destination files names are the same." I've tested multiple versions of WinRAR, both x86 and x64, including the mos...
by CTRL_ALT_DEL
26.04.2018, 12:24
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Drag & Drop is BROKEN in Windows 10
Replies: 3
Views: 3071

Drag & Drop is BROKEN in Windows 10

When using FreeCommander in previous versions of Windows, a user could drag a file over a preexisting archive, such as a RAR, in order to add that file to the archive. After dropping the file into the RAR, the RAR filesize expands and receives a new timestamp. This is a standard file manager practic...
by CTRL_ALT_DEL
21.05.2014, 10:50
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Issue: Freecommander overrides MD5 file association...
Replies: 3
Views: 3332

Re: Issue: Freecommander overrides MD5 file association...

Thanks for that info. Using the "open" command is the workaround I've been using as well. Like you said, it's not an elegant solution. We just need an option to disable Freecommander's control over MD5. To minimize the hassle, I just won't create any more MD5 files. Marek, please fix this behavior. ...
by CTRL_ALT_DEL
16.05.2014, 22:18
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Issue: Freecommander overrides MD5 file association...
Replies: 3
Views: 3332

Issue: Freecommander overrides MD5 file association...

...and forces user to use Freecommander's MD5 file verification. Marek, I think it's nice that you provide MD5 verification, but may I ask why you're forcing users to use Freecommander's file verification? Have you considered the fact that some of your users prefer using a dedicated app that has mor...
by CTRL_ALT_DEL
27.04.2014, 16:51
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Marek, please explain your stance on UNDO/REDO
Replies: 3
Views: 5909

Re: Marek, please explain your stance on UNDO/REDO

But why haven't you requested for help? It just seems odd to go for so many years without an UNDO/REDO feature in your file manager. You could request for help here or anonymously at a coding website. Practically every image editor, text editor, and file manager has UNDO/REDO, so it seems reasonable...
by CTRL_ALT_DEL
26.04.2014, 07:05
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Marek, please explain your stance on UNDO/REDO
Replies: 3
Views: 5909

Marek, please explain your stance on UNDO/REDO

For years now you've ignored every single person who's brought up UNDO/REDO without offering an explanation as to why. Perhaps you feel that you don't need to justify your defiant stance because it's a free product, but would that be appropriate considering how users need to pay $$$ if they want acc...
by CTRL_ALT_DEL
24.04.2014, 12:54
Forum: Discussion
Topic: CTRL-Z isn't working
Replies: 1
Views: 2175

Re: CTRL-Z isn't working

Marek, would you mind explaining your reasoning as to why your paying customers aren't worthy of an UNDO/REDO feature? It would be trivial to add it to FreeCommander, so what logical reason could you possibly have not to add it? Is this really such an out of the ordinary request considering how prac...
by CTRL_ALT_DEL
15.04.2014, 02:50
Forum: Discussion
Topic: CTRL-Z isn't working
Replies: 1
Views: 2175

CTRL-Z isn't working

CTRL-C is working.
CTRL-V is working.
CTRL-X is working.
CTRL-Z is NOT working!

The UNDO button is also missing. Very weird!!!