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Mathias (Author)

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Multi Commander v3.1 BETA Build 1379
« on: March 26, 2013, 19:11:36 »
Multi Commmander v3.1 (Build 1379) -  80+ Changes

Changes since build 1374
  ADDED - CustomCommand MC.Explorer.SizeFolder
  ADDED - CustomCommand MC.Explorer.SizeItemFocus
  FIXED - Wrong color was shown on focus item when deselected multiple items.
  FIXED - QuickSearch activation issue fixed.
  FIXED - Some hotkeys did not work after previous version.
  FIXED - 1 Crash problem reported by Crash report system.


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Re: Multi Commander v3.1 BETA Build 1379
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2013, 23:42:05 »
It seems that you made a typo..the one I see in beta is 'MC.Explorer.SetItemFocus', I don't see 'MC.Explorer.SizeItemFocus'..
Anyway, it seems that 'MC.Explorer.SizeFolder' functions well enough....thanks!

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Re: Multi Commander v3.1 BETA Build 1379
« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2013, 23:55:39 »
Thank you Mathias,

Function Keys work again :)

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Re: Multi Commander v3.1 BETA Build 1379
« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2013, 03:06:57 »
It might be better if 'MC.Explorer.SizeFolder' will clear first the 'size' column (for folders only) before beginning the calculation process..It can be misleading if the previously calculated sizes will remain in there. One might think that what's already displayed are the current sizes while the fact is the calculation process is still going on...some folders take a long time to have their sizes calculated so the user may not wait long enough and leave the directory and think that what was displayed is the current size while the truth is the calculation process isn't complete yet..yes there's a progress bar(?) at the bottom but the user may forget to look into it...and besides it's better to see the size column being populated in action..

Clearing of the size column will be probably better if tab based..that is it won't affect the other tabs that have the same directory as the one in focus..so only the tab in focus will have its size column cleared and the sizes of its folders calculated...
« Last Edit: March 27, 2013, 03:18:39 by avantuser1114 »