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Magma

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Folder Tree panel changes size back to default
« on: April 23, 2014, 05:53:36 »
I am using Version 4.2 build 1672 64bit. Folder tree panel open on both sides.
I would like to resize the folder tree panel and have it remain wider than it starts out.
When I do click on some folders it randomly goes back to its original width and remains that width
 unless I manually change it again.
Is there a way to lock the width I want it?

Also, I created a set of custom columns under "Music". How do I use them?
I cannot enter anything in the "Autoload on filetype" box and the "Auto load on Path"
box will not allow me to add anything.
Thanks, Gary

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Re: Folder Tree panel changes size back to default
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2014, 07:03:20 »
I am using Version 4.2 build 1672 64bit. Folder tree panel open on both sides.
I would like to resize the folder tree panel and have it remain wider than it starts out.
If MC is closed with the folder tree open, it will remember that and it size when opened next time.

When I do click on some folders it randomly goes back to its original width and remains that width
 unless I manually change it again.
Is there a way to lock the width I want it?
I'm not sure how you manage to get the folder tree to resize automatically. Because that is not something it can do.

Also, I created a set of custom columns under "Music". How do I use them?
I cannot enter anything in the "Autoload on filetype" box and the "Auto load on Path"
box will not allow me to add anything.
Autoload of filetype is not activated yet.
For the Autoload on path you enter  the path in the edit field below the list... and then press "Add" to add it to the list.
Check the checkbox if the path you add also should match against subpaths.  Press the X to remove the selected path in the list.