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dahaiou

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Paste not working when renaming file
« on: December 18, 2015, 12:28:36 »
I'm not sure if this is a Multi Commander issue or something strange in my system right now.

Anyways, I just noticed the following strange behaviour:

Pressing F2 to rename a file and then pressing Ctrl-V will NOT paste in the string previously copied,
it will just delete the filename (just as if I had pressed Del instead of Ctrl-V).

This only happens in Multi Commander. I can use Ctrl-V to paste into a text editor with no problem.

The file rename is otherwise working as normal, eg. writing in the new filename from
the keyboard works as expected.

Anybody had this? Any ideas?

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Re: Paste not working when renaming file
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2016, 07:27:54 »
Sure there is not a new line character at the beginning of the text that is "copied" ?
Can you paste the text to other text fields in MC ?  eg command line field ?


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Re: Paste not working when renaming file
« Reply #2 on: January 06, 2016, 14:55:44 »
Working OK for me using KB, RMB menu & scripted copy/paste/rename functions on w7x64, MC 5.9 2058.

However I think I have had this behavior in the past but not with enough consistency to say 100% it was MC & not a sticky mouse button etc. 
I noticed it when I'd copied a file & then tried to paste into a new folder & nothing happened - I was using keys not MCs button menu.
 
Happened a few times so maybe something else is going on? 
I have some misgivings about the nvidia driver which seems to have introduced some sort of random erratic response to the system since #360.xx, again not consistent but I've just done a fresh install of W7 with very few unknown quantities, so it should be 100%....
(Also ran Memtest86 w/out errors.)