891 - Rename vs. Ctrl+Tab

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891 - Rename vs. Ctrl+Tab

#1 Post by larsen » 21.06.2023, 22:08

For the sake of this example, have two tabs opened (doesn't really matter).
Have a folder with some files.

Select any file, press F2
Press Ctrl+C, press Ctrl+Tab

Bug 1: Notice that this doesn't change tabs as expected, but selects all files

Press F2 to rename the same file (would work with other files too, but then you'd have to change folders)
Press Ctrl+V to insert the copied name and press Enter.

Bug 2: The next file in the list will be in "rename-mode"


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Re: 891 - Rename vs. Ctrl+Tab

#2 Post by Forez » 25.06.2023, 15:43

These two glitches do not happen on my Windows 10 Enterprise 20H2 x64 in neither I am using FreeCommander XE 2023 Build 891 64-bit Donor Portable and Build 880 32-bit Public installed
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Re: 891 - Rename vs. Ctrl+Tab

#3 Post by Marek » 26.06.2023, 15:20

Select any file, press F2
Press Ctrl+C, press Ctrl+Tab
Bug 1: Notice that this doesn't change tabs as expected, but selects all files
I can reproduce it in detail mode (fixed for the next release).
Press F2 to rename the same file (would work with other files too, but then you'd have to change folders)
Press Ctrl+V to insert the copied name and press Enter.

Bug 2: The next file in the list will be in "rename-mode"
This is a subsequent problem from 1.

It is normal that in edit mode the TAB key jumps to edit the next element.

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Re: 891 - Rename vs. Ctrl+Tab

#4 Post by larsen » 26.06.2023, 15:26

@Marek: Thanks!

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Re: 891 - Rename vs. Ctrl+Tab

#5 Post by larsen » 20.10.2023, 10:58

@Marek: Just tested the current version. Could this be changed that Ctrl+Tab works again (without the former bug) when a file is in rename mode?

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