Rename files in "flat view"

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Rename files in "flat view"

#1 Post by 14u24me » 12.10.2008, 18:59

Using "flat view", I can't rename one single file in a subfolder (screenshot), but using "multi rename" I can rename different files.
After that, "flat view" will be leaved automaticly.

By the way, it would be helpful to change the background color while "flat view" is switched on.

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Re: Rename files in "flat view"

#2 Post by Dreamer » 13.10.2008, 00:07

I can't confirm the bug, but I like this suggestion:
14u24me wrote:By the way, it would be helpful to change the background color while "flat view" is switched on.
...but please start the new topic in "Feature Requests", I'll support it then. Thanks.

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#3 Post by Marek » 13.10.2008, 23:18

I think, the problem is only if you make rename with dialog.

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#4 Post by matera » 27.10.2008, 04:09

Works fine in 389 :)

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#5 Post by Dreamer » 28.10.2008, 01:42

Closed.

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#6 Post by matera » 13.03.2009, 05:59

I was just playing with multiple rename in flat view in FC 2009.02. After the renaming, flat view "leaved automaticly". It does it even if no renaming is done -- close the multi-rename dialog, and boink! no flat. :)

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#7 Post by Dreamer » 14.03.2009, 02:10

I'm not sure if it's a bug or behaviour, but if you think it's a bug, please start a new topic, this one is closed (original bug has been fixed).

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#8 Post by triplechoco » 24.07.2009, 22:50

cool thanks a lot

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