RESOLVED in 807: BUG 806 - Bug when deleting with Plain view files activated

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RESOLVED in 807: BUG 806 - Bug when deleting with Plain view files activated

#1 Post by stephen147 » 06.11.2019, 12:30

To reproduce:

1. CTRL+B to active plain view files
2. Right mouse click and delete or alternatively use the delete toolbar icon.
3. File does not get removed from the list.

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Refreshing seems to work but I was wondering if this is a feature or a bug?
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Re: BUG 806 - Bug when deleting with Plain view files activated

#2 Post by Dreamer » 07.11.2019, 01:10

The file IS removed, with custom or default settings, but with default settings auto-refresh does not work, but file is always removed.

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Re: BUG 806 - Bug when deleting with Plain view files activated

#3 Post by stephen147 » 07.11.2019, 12:27

What're your settings for this settings page?

I've checked and it's same as the default bar the add new items at the end of the list is on in mine.

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Re: BUG 806 - Bug when deleting with Plain view files activated

#4 Post by Dreamer » 07.11.2019, 18:18

With default settings first and second option is enabled, others disabled. When I delete a file in plain view, view is not auto-refreshed, but file is deleted, after manual refresh it's removed from list.

With my custom settings I have enabled the first, 4th and 5th option, others are disabled. Here the file is removed and auto-refresh works.

I can't reproduce this bug, try to test it with default settings, or send the ini file to Marek to test.

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Re: BUG 806 - Bug when deleting with Plain view files activated

#5 Post by stephen147 » 07.11.2019, 20:06

With default settings here it works as it should.

I looked up the two ini files using winmerge with the factory ini file and mine but didn't notice any difference.

But then I remembered that I changed the default file/folder operations for delete to use windows as opposed FC to handle it.

After changing this to FC there was no bug.

I really want to keep this setting as I can undo any deletes from my NAS drive.

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Re: BUG 806 - Bug when deleting with Plain view files activated

#6 Post by Dreamer » 07.11.2019, 20:42

I can't confirm with my settings and "1", it must be some combination of more options...

Or it's a different OS?

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Re: BUG 806 - Bug when deleting with Plain view files activated

#7 Post by stephen147 » 07.11.2019, 21:04

As soon as I changed that it worked in my customized FC. That's so strange.

It's the only thing I changed in the meantime.

Sure, if it appears again, I'll send the ini file to Marek, but for now the bug has gone.

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Re: BUG 806 - Bug when deleting with Plain view files activated

#8 Post by stephen147 » 15.11.2019, 22:12

Back to this again.

I have experienced this again.

I've found that deleting one file doesn't refresh but deleting two and above works fine.
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Re: BUG 806 - Bug when deleting with Plain view files activated

#9 Post by stephen147 » 03.12.2019, 21:25

Confirm fixed in 807. Thanks.
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