[TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

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pOpY
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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x

#16 Post by pOpY » 15.04.2019, 18:21

pietro_vignali wrote:
30.03.2019, 09:46
pOpY wrote:
14.04.2017, 06:59
New Version published:

14.04.2017 - v1.1: Clicked path will be opened in new tab on the left pane instead of overwriting current tab
First of all I need to say thank you for this extremly helpful tool.
I love Freecommander and I hate Windows File Manager as it got worst in every version from Windows 7 onward.
I use Freecommander as Filemanager replacement also in a Window Server 2016 environment and thanks to this delicious tool it works perfectly.

I have just a question: is it possible to change the behaviour and OPEN each NEW PATH as a NEW INSTANCE of Freecommander instead of a NEW TAB ?

Thanks a lot
Pietro
Just updated the Wrapper in the first post to 1.0.0.3 and added your feature request.
Please update and change the following line in your FC_CP_Explorer_Wrapper.exe.config file located in the FreeCommander installation directory:

Old value:

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                <value>/C /T /R=</value>
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                <value>/N /T /R=</value>
Thos are the command line arguments which will be passed to FC executable.
You can find a list here: https://freecommander.com/fchelpxe/en/C ... eters.html

Have fun
pOpY

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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x

#17 Post by pietro_vignali » 03.05.2019, 06:51

pOpY you are great !

I installed it and it works correctly, opening every session as new instance.

However I only notice that the /R= does not work correctly as expected: every new instance is open in the "C:\" default folder.
If for instance I have shortcut to a network folder like: "X:\TMP" and I double click it, the requested path is ignored and the instance always open on "C:\TMP".
Is there some settings to correct this behaviour ?

Thanks in advance.
Regards
Pietro

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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#18 Post by pietro_vignali » 04.06.2019, 08:23

Hello pOpY,

have you had the chance to review my previous comments ?

The NEW INSTANCE works great, however it looks like it is not taking into coonsideration the /R= parameter as it was in the previous version.

When I try to open ANY folder, it launch correctly a new instance, but it always open a default forlder on disk C:, ignoring the folder I want to open, either a folder on the local disk or a folder on a network share...
Thanks in advance for looking into this feature of your great add-on.

Regards
Pietro

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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#19 Post by pOpY » 29.06.2019, 15:13

pietro_vignali wrote:
04.06.2019, 08:23
Hello pOpY,

have you had the chance to review my previous comments ?

The NEW INSTANCE works great, however it looks like it is not taking into coonsideration the /R= parameter as it was in the previous version.

When I try to open ANY folder, it launch correctly a new instance, but it always open a default forlder on disk C:, ignoring the folder I want to open, either a folder on the local disk or a folder on a network share...
Thanks in advance for looking into this feature of your great add-on.

Regards
Pietro
Hey Pietro.

Sorry, for the late answer.
Was busy all the time.

I have looked into your issue and tried it.
My setup is dual pane without folder tree.
When ill use:

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<value>/N /T /R=</value>
(N = for new instance) every folder i click will be opened in a new tab on an new instance.
So no issue here for my setup.

Do you use FC in another view setup?
Like just one pane with folder tree?

With this i think you muste use:

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<value>/N /T /L=</value>
But thats untested :P

pOpY

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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#20 Post by pietro_vignali » 01.07.2019, 09:21

Super cool!
it works perfectly now

Thanks pOpY!
Pietro

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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#21 Post by pOpY » 01.07.2019, 10:24

Glad to hear that your issue is solved.

Have fun
pOpY

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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#22 Post by atd » 19.08.2019, 08:52

This would be great - if it worked.

Correctly implemented but clicking a folder causes W10 to simply ignore. The standard brief waiting symbol (circle) but the folder does not open in W10 or FC.

After a bit of effort, pursuing a separate solution I am able to open FC via the shell menu.

Any ideas as to what may be the problem?

Thanks.

mufenn
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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#23 Post by mufenn » 20.01.2020, 14:21

Thank you for making the good tool.

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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#24 Post by pOpY » 21.01.2020, 11:42

atd wrote:
19.08.2019, 08:52
This would be great - if it worked.

Correctly implemented but clicking a folder causes W10 to simply ignore. The standard brief waiting symbol (circle) but the folder does not open in W10 or FC.

After a bit of effort, pursuing a separate solution I am able to open FC via the shell menu.

Any ideas as to what may be the problem?

Thanks.
Sadly not without debugging.
Just start from scratch and follow the guide exactly.
mufenn wrote:
20.01.2020, 14:21
Thank you for making the good tool.
Nice to hear that it works for you.

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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#25 Post by Unknow0059 » 05.04.2020, 04:38

I have the same issue as the previous user. Followed instructions, but FC does not start even though my cursor turns into the "loading" cursor.

pOpY
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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#26 Post by pOpY » 07.04.2020, 11:51

Unknow0059 wrote:
05.04.2020, 04:38
I have the same issue as the previous user. Followed instructions, but FC does not start even though my cursor turns into the "loading" cursor.
atd wrote:
19.08.2019, 08:52
This would be great - if it worked.

Correctly implemented but clicking a folder causes W10 to simply ignore. The standard brief waiting symbol (circle) but the folder does not open in W10 or FC.

After a bit of effort, pursuing a separate solution I am able to open FC via the shell menu.

Any ideas as to what may be the problem?

Thanks.
Which Windows Version, build and architecture do you using?
(check with command "winver")

I am using Windows 10 x64 buld 1909.

pOpY

Unknow0059
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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#27 Post by Unknow0059 » 09.04.2020, 23:44

pOpY wrote:
07.04.2020, 11:51
Which Windows Version, build and architecture do you using?
(check with command "winver")
pOpY
Windows 10 Pro 1909 10.0.18363.720, x64

pOpY
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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#28 Post by pOpY » 10.04.2020, 14:47

Unknow0059 wrote:
09.04.2020, 23:44
pOpY wrote:
07.04.2020, 11:51
Which Windows Version, build and architecture do you using?
(check with command "winver")
pOpY
Windows 10 Pro 1909 10.0.18363.720, x64
Thats weird, same as me. Working fine here.
Which locale/language do you have Windows running on?

pOpY

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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#29 Post by Unknow0059 » 18.04.2020, 08:50

pOpY wrote:
10.04.2020, 14:47
Which locale/language do you have Windows running on?
These:

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System Locale:             en-us;English (United States)
Input Locale:              pt-br;Portuguese (Brazil)

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Re: [TOOL] Explorer/FileManager Replacement for Windows 10 x64

#30 Post by pOpY » 19.04.2020, 12:03

Unknow0059 wrote:
18.04.2020, 08:50
pOpY wrote:
10.04.2020, 14:47
Which locale/language do you have Windows running on?
These:

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System Locale:             en-us;English (United States)
Input Locale:              pt-br;Portuguese (Brazil)
Sorry, cant help (debug) from my side because its working here.
I have also included the source code.
If you are familier with C# you can open the visual studio solution and try to debug it yourself.

pOpY

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