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This is a Windows security issue. Somethings is blocking MC from renaming the file and make windows return a ACCESS DENIED error., Then MC ask to retry doing it as admin in case it it a permission issue.
But when it is not. it is often security software that are not allowing the file to be renamed for some reason. Maybe it is in the process of scanning it. or something. Or something else have a lock on the file.

Pressing Ctrl+L and in the fileoperation log you can see what error is sent from Windows when this is happening
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I have had the same issue since installing V11.5 and it still exists after installing v11.6. No problem with v11.4.
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Support and Feedback / Re: Doesn't return to locked tab
« Last post by Matthias515566 on Yesterday at 22:08:27 »
Why, when locking a tab with the ability to change the directory, when switching to this tab, the pinned path is not saved again, as is done in any other file managers. Very uncomfortable. Can't you make it possible? Thank you.
Save just a Tab Layout. File> Tab Sessions. Or how did you "pinned" a Path?? "Any other File manager" - I know alot of other file managers and no one have this feature of "pinned tabs".
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Support and Feedback / Re: Can not open a zipped html in Browser Chrome
« Last post by commander on Yesterday at 18:41:25 »
Sorry, I didn't describe my issue well.
Each zip has one and only one file, html. That html doesn't depend on any external resources. I have uploaded a hello.zip, which writes only <html><p>Hello World</p></html>. Just double click zip and then double click the html in MC. Hope you could reproduce what I said. (Chrome is invoked but it can't find the temporarily extracted html)
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Not sure what you mean.. Maybe you are trying to say something else.

But if you has a zip file and browse into that with mc and select to view or execute a file. That file must be unpack from the zip to some place.. But MC only unzip that file. not the entire archive. Because often that are not wanted you want if you only want to view one file. How ever web pages that are save are built up from many many files. so when the web browser opens the html file and want to read the rest. the rest is not there.
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Support and Feedback / Re: Can not open a zipped html in Browser Chrome
« Last post by commander on Yesterday at 15:29:20 »
Interestingly, if "internet explorer" is the default browser (Windows:settings->Default apps->Web browser), it can find the tmp file path and show the html file. The old Edge can also do it. So that means MC really extracts the file to the tmp path? (as file:///C:/Users/User/AppData/Local/Temp/_mc_/mc_8483.tmp/report_20220110.html)
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Support and Feedback / Re: Doesn't return to locked tab
« Last post by Mathias (Author) on Yesterday at 14:35:14 »
I cannot reproduce or I misunderstanding you.

Can you provide steps on how to recreate that ?

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MC will not temporary unzip the entire zip file when you click on a file in a file. That is why it is not working. And option for temporary unpacking entire zip or just the clicked file is planned but not implemented yet.
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Support and Feedback / Re: Can not open a zipped html in Browser Chrome
« Last post by commander on Yesterday at 07:01:19 »
I tried 7-zip, Windows, MultiCommder
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Support and Feedback / Re: Can not open a zipped html in Browser Chrome
« Last post by AlanJB on Yesterday at 01:22:05 »
How do you zip the html files?  From MC or an external utility (like WinZip, PeaZip, or another tool?)
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