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wsficceed
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#1 Post by wsficceed » 05.04.2009, 07:05

Is there a way to get rid of the drives bar?
That is the bar below the toolbar and above the tabs bar.

If so... Is there a way to include more than one drive in the folder tree window?

Love the tabs... When a tab is locked but navigation is enabled, is there a way to make simply clicking on the tab go back to the original folder?

Thanks.

FWIW.
I am new to this... needed something better than Windows Explorer, it is beginning to look like an ornament.

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#2 Post by Dreamer » 06.04.2009, 00:55

Please read the forum rules before posting!

• Make sure to search the forum before posting your question, issue, or suggestion.

• Post different questions, issues, or suggestions in separate threads.

• Use descriptive titles. Nothing like "I need help", or "Tabs" please.

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Add your support to existing topics.

Closed (If you have any questions after reading the forum rules, please start the new topic(s)).

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#3 Post by wsficceed » 06.04.2009, 04:36

Sounds like a personal preference to me. A new user voicing several issues in a single post is more efficient.

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#4 Post by ralfso » 06.04.2009, 09:27

No, it isn't.
Like in most other forums the device is: One question/topic - one thread.

This isn't a chat for the moment, the forum is also used for solving problems by the "forum-search" and its extremely difficult to find the red line when a thread becomes larger and handles more than one topic.

Writing more topics/questions in one thread only helps the cushiness of user which don't want to read much rules before asking.

So read forum-rules in one forum, apply this rules in all other forums and you'll never get criticism.
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#5 Post by GRINteage » 10.12.2009, 12:11

Maybe theres a way to do this already but its not intuitive, to me anyhow. I finish a fileset... 1 track fails md5... It is not shared... It doesnt stay in partials... I cant find it when I search... I want to delete the file that failed and resume without having to find the fileset in search. How do I do that??

-Jephrey

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