Option to turn off confirmation when opening multiple files

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Option to turn off confirmation when opening multiple files

#1 Post by markvp » 01.04.2019, 15:53

Hi,

When I select multiple files and press enter to open them in the associated app, there is a dialog box to confirm that I really want to do this. Is it possible to have an option to turn this off? A checkbox "Don't show this message anymore" would be the easiest way to do this. I usually have this when I select some music files that I want to listen to, and it is never a problem to open many music files.

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Re: Option to turn off confirmation when opening multiple files

#2 Post by Dreamer » 01.04.2019, 18:21

Settings - F12 > View > File/folder list > By enter on multiple selected files > Open all selected items directly (not recommended).

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Re: Option to turn off confirmation when opening multiple files

#3 Post by markvp » 02.04.2019, 12:18

Thanks! I must have overlooked that setting.

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Re: Option to turn off confirmation when opening multiple files

#4 Post by afh » 04.04.2019, 09:47

BTW, Have anyone tried to open lots of file? Let's say more than 15.
If I select the files and ENTER, nothing happens.
If I select and F4 (edit with defined app) all the files are opened.

If I'm not wrong, this was not happening a few versions before.

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Re: Option to turn off confirmation when opening multiple files

#5 Post by Dreamer » 04.04.2019, 21:08

Please start a new topic, one issue per topic and provide more information, FC version, Windows version, more below (How to report a bug).

I found one issue, perhaps a bug, I'll start a new topic.

Anyway, I don't have any problems with 16+ mp3 files and AIMP.

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