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by chris millward
12.10.2018, 09:41
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: loader Error on Selecting a raw camera image
Replies: 2
Views: 143

Re: loader Error on Selecting a raw camera image

Copying ielib32.dll to Windows\System32 ( or into Program Files(x86)\FreeCommander XE ) fixes the problem, I was copying ielib64.dll into Windows\SysWOW64 forgetting that my FreeCommander version is 32 bit. Thank You.
by chris millward
10.10.2018, 09:04
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: loader Error on Selecting a raw camera image
Replies: 2
Views: 143

loader Error on Selecting a raw camera image

FreeCommander XE 2018 Build 780 32 bit Public beta Selecting a .CR" or a .RAW image file generates a loader error when trying to display the image in the viewer pane. https://www.dropbox.com/s/caf9c75cp7f7fkb/screen_20181009_213233.png?dl=0 A toolbar appears in the viewer pane but no Image so it is ...
by chris millward
21.01.2018, 12:30
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Rename, tab key and Viewer
Replies: 1
Views: 789

Re: Rename, tab key and Viewer

Some more observations: Using Tab will move down the screen but Shift Tab doesn't move up the screen as per windows explorer. It is very useful to use both to move up and down the screen quickly even if you don't rename every file. A work around I have used (instead of going back to Explorer) is to:...
by chris millward
20.01.2018, 13:50
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Rename, tab key and Viewer
Replies: 1
Views: 789

Rename, tab key and Viewer

Version 760 32-bit build Public Beta New addition: The tab key can now be used on rename to advance to and open the next file for renaming Bug: On Tabbing the viewer is not updated to display the new file to be renamed. This important (in my case) since the information needed to rename the file is c...
by chris millward
05.09.2017, 11:21
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Rename and TAB key to close
Replies: 1
Views: 675

Rename and TAB key to close

In windows when a file name has been opened to rename, closing with the TAB key will 1. Complete the rename 2. Open the next file ready for renaming. This doesn't happen in free commander even though I have opted for windows style processing. This is a huge labour saving feature when doing a large n...
by chris millward
16.01.2017, 21:49
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Renaming problem
Replies: 6
Views: 1067

Re: Renaming problem

I didn't have the parent directory icon enabled, however it still requires two separate clicks to go back to the last directory. Lazy? Not if you are doing this kind of operation dozens of times a day.
by chris millward
15.01.2017, 17:32
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Renaming problem
Replies: 6
Views: 1067

Re: Renaming problem

Clicking on the folder path would do 2 jobs at once saving time, closing one operation and starting another.
I am on 730, but it's nice to know that it has been fixed in a later build.
Anything that minimises the time or the number operations required to action something is important to any user.
by chris millward
13.01.2017, 18:44
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Renaming problem
Replies: 6
Views: 1067

Renaming problem

After renaming a file/folder, closing the rename by clicking on the directory path to select its parent folder, the rename is not completed and remains unchanged.

Windows File Explorer completes the rename and treats any other selection as an 'Enter'.
by chris millward
12.01.2017, 19:17
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Dialog Boxes
Replies: 0
Views: 549

Dialog Boxes

When deleting a file/folder (using Windows), the dialog box pops up in the middle of the screen. Snap to ensures the focus is in the most probable box, but after execution the cursor stays roughly where the box was. As I have a very wide screen (very popular nowadays), I have to bring the cursor a l...
by chris millward
08.01.2017, 16:01
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: # number ordering incorrect
Replies: 0
Views: 559

# number ordering incorrect

The # Column used for music tracks fails to order the tracks correctly even though 'data type' has been selected in the profile.
1 through to 12 would be ordered 1,10,11,12,2,3 etc
by chris millward
07.01.2017, 19:31
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Selecting certain small folder names difficult
Replies: 0
Views: 540

Selecting certain small folder names difficult

Tried to open some CD folders (CD1,CD2,Cd3 etc, all contained in one folder ) using single click. Only the first of the three letters can be used to open the folder making selection difficult. Reducing problem to the simplest form D:\Folder\(CD1 CD2 etc). No Files in any folder. Making one name long...