R339 Doubleclick opens sometimes the parent folder

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Mago
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R339 Doubleclick opens sometimes the parent folder

#1 Post by Mago » 11.05.2008, 20:47

STEP 1: Open a folder
Result: Parent folder ".." is selected

STEP 2: Doubleclick on a file inside the folder
Result: FreeCommander opens the parent folder instead of the file.

This doesn't happen all the time, but it happens more often on network shares and if FreeCommander is running for a longer time. I have seen it still in R339 a few times. Have other people seen this behaviour?

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#2 Post by ralfso » 12.05.2008, 08:36

A doubleclick on the free space of the file-window normally opens the parent folder.

Is it possible that you doubleclick beside the filename on the free space?
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#3 Post by Mago » 12.05.2008, 09:07

Thanks ralfso, this could indeed be the case.

I thought that only clicking on ".." would open the parent folder. So when I click much lower (for instance just a few pixels below the latest entry) it is still possible to open the parent folder. Can this behaviour be disabled?

I made some changes in the layout (column size, font size) and will doubleclick a bit slower when I use network under heavy load.

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#4 Post by Dreamer » 13.05.2008, 00:55

This is another "go up" feature problem, so I have created the new topic, you can support it if you want...

http://forum.freecommander.com/viewtopic.php?t=841

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#5 Post by Mago » 05.06.2008, 01:37

This issue is resolved and can be closed.

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#6 Post by Dreamer » 05.06.2008, 22:19

Closed.

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