726-"Size Auto" Column fails to show folder size right panel

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726-"Size Auto" Column fails to show folder size right panel

#1 Post by rsgspain » 23.07.2016, 07:54

Possible bug. Previously posted on Discussion section http://www.forum.freecommander.com/view ... f=6&t=7316

FreeCommander XE 2016 Build 726 64-bit donor, Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

The step(s) to reproduce the bug are:
1) Open freecommander being placed on the same folder/disk on both panels (for example "OS C:", like below)

As you can see in the image, one panel (right one for me) doesn't show folder sizes within the "Size Auto" column.
I can't find the way to solve it.

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Re: 726-"Size Auto" Column fails to show folder size right p

#2 Post by joby_toss » 23.07.2016, 11:34

There's no image attached to your post. Please, try again!

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Re: 726-"Size Auto" Column fails to show folder size right p

#3 Post by Marek » 24.07.2016, 14:01

Works fine for me but it need more time.
You could try to set the option "Count of worker threads" to 1 (Settings->File/folder list).

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Re: 726-"Size Auto" Column fails to show folder size right p

#4 Post by rsgspain » 02.08.2016, 19:38

@joby_toss,
Thank you very much.
I can't attach the image (sorry), but I can send you a link ... http://imgur.com/a/7JdcQ
Hopefully you can see it now.

@Marek,
Thanks a lot but the settings change didn't work for me.
Don't worry. I's not a huge problem :)

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Re: 726-"Size Auto" Column fails to show folder size right p

#5 Post by joby_toss » 02.08.2016, 19:51

Folders size display works independent for the 2 panels, so you have to activate it for the right panel also (Alt+F9).
You can also add the "KB" button (Size of folders) to the toolbar and watch its state.

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