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I find it invaluable.  I was extremely pleased when it was implemented :)
Ok, nice, but sorry, i can't understand why you need a focus on a very old file or save you the MCTAB-Files every day?

I can remove this information from the files with a text editor. Sure i save my MCTAB-Files only sometimes. Some files are only the first time saved and never again. Therefore i needed a year to find out.

However, I might maybe add a settings. if this is really causing an issue..
Sure there are much settings, but making this optionally will be nice. Maybe you can add sometimes a search engine for settings.
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But then you are not asking windows to unlock it from the standard shell menu.
But from a feature inside the program.
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I don't use to many different FTP servers but I have to say I have never had any problems with background transfers. Of course it is possible to configure FTP server for only one connection per user but from my experience it is not very common. I'm happy that you have it on your todo list. I also understand that your free time is limited.

I have commercial license for program similar to Multi Commander and I have to say that maybe MC is currently not as polished as commercial alternative but at the same time it has a lot of useful functions which are not available in other products. I'm not sure if I switch from commercial product to MC in the near future, but I'm really impressed with your work.
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I have retested everything and I can confirm that it works exactly as written in my original post. I have made the same tests in Total Commander using the same 7zip archive and FTP server and it works correctly. I have noticed one more interesting bug in MC. Content of FTP server is displayed almost correctly - I see dates and times of every file and directory. Unfortunately for two files I see correct date but time is 00:00:00 which is wrong. Currently I don't know what is so special in these two files. In another folder on FTP server I have found that all files have time 00:00:00 which is wrong. Total Commander shows correct time for every file.

I have made screenshots of related configuration options. Maybe there is something wrong when some combination of options is selected.
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Support and Feedback / Re: Unable to unlock a bitlocker drive
« Last post by AnW on Today at 01:12:32 »
Hi Mathias
I can only say that Total Commander has support for Bitlocker drives. It displays the message: This drive seems to be locked by Bitlocker! Unlock it? I can click Yes and two new dialog boxes are displayed. One is standard dialog box from Windows where I can type password and the second one is from Total Commander: "Please enter the Bitlocker password!" After I enter correct password TC automatically closes its own dialog box and displays content of the unlocked drive.

Maybe it is not easy to do but it looks that it is possible.
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Script / Re: Create folder and move selected files
« Last post by pncdaspropagandas on Yesterday at 16:51:34 »
Thanks Mathias. Now it is working!  :)
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Feature Requests and Suggestions / Re: Move
« Last post by pncdaspropagandas on Yesterday at 16:05:27 »
Ok, thanks!
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However, I might maybe add a settings. if this is really causing an issue..  I try not to add settings for everything, because there is already to many settings. It is a jungle of settings already
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This new feature is imo useless.
I find it invaluable.  I was extremely pleased when it was implemented :)
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Script / Re: Create folder and move selected files
« Last post by Mathias (Author) on Yesterday at 09:45:05 »
Problem is that script are normally not run in the background.. The run in the same context as the UI (because you can interact with the UI from script)
So when running a script that takes times.. the main UI will hang until the script is done.

You can tell MoveFile to not wait until it is done by adding "NOWAIT",  Then it will start all of the right after each other without waiting.
So best to use  USEEXISTINGQUEUE

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