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Support and Feedback / Deleting temp files gives weird message
« on: January 20, 2014, 10:05:03 »
I was deleting temp files from c:\users\***\appdata\local\temp\ on Windows 7 x64 with MC 4.0 build 1611 64 bit edition.
Couple of things happened:
- Because some of the files were in use like you would expect, I got the question what to do with these. I choose Skip All but it seemed like MC kept asking me the same question for every file that was in use. So Skip All doesn't seem to work anymore.
- While the delete dialog was on screen, the background changed to Waiting for filesystem scan to finish..... When deleting was done I got the message: Requesting Restarting. but state is 7. do not know what to do.. What does that mean?
- When pressing OK on the delete dialog there was no filelist on screen but only the message  Waiting for filesystem scan to finish..... Refreshing didn't work either at this point.
I can reproduce the multiple Skip All questions but not the other message.

Support and Feedback / Crash on Find Files with wrong input
« on: April 22, 2013, 13:35:27 »
I tried to find all *.rul files containing the text 'Some Text' but I was too fast entering the data. As a consequence I put 'Some Text ' in the Look for field and 'C:\Temp\*.rul' in the Look in field (see screenshot). This is not how you are supposed to use these fields but if you press Start with those values entered, MC crashes. Oddly enough, when I try with *.txt or *.sql it doesn't crash.

Since I can reproduce this error a crash dump is available if needed.

Version: Multi Commander v3.1 (build 1385) 64 bit Edition on Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1.

When you move a directory with a hidden file in it, the following message is displayed:
The file '...' is a marked as HIDDEN! It might be an important file
Move it anyway?
But there is only an Overwrite, Overwrite All, Skip, Skip All and a Cancel button present.
It would be more clear if the buttons would be labeled Yes and Yes to All instead of the overwrite buttons.

There is also a typo in the message: The file '...' is a marked... should be The file '...' is marked...' (lose the a).

Version: Multi Commander v2.8.1 (build 1275) 64 bit Edition on Windows 7 Pro x64

Edit: typo

Support and Feedback / Small spelling bug
« on: January 14, 2013, 16:13:37 »
In Menu - Configuration - Core Settings it says FileOpertions progress instead of FileOperations progress.

Beta Releases / 2.8 BETA - Bugs
« on: December 11, 2012, 15:10:57 »
When executing the steps below I sometimes (not all the time) get this error:
Unexpected Error: WriteThread should not be running. But is is... ( ID 3001 )

Steps to follow:
- Copy a bunch of small files from a local hard disk to a network disk using F5 (I could not simulate this copying from a local hard disk to the same local hard disk).
- While it is copying, click Abort.
- Click Yes when the question to abort file copying appears.
- About 1 in 7 times the error appears.
- If the error was displayed then the question to delete an incomplete file is displayed also so I suppose it has something to do with incomplete copied files.

I don't know whether this is specific to the beta version. I installed the beta today and noticed this behavior today also but this could be a coincidence. If it helps, I could try testing in the previous version.

Using Multi Commander 2.8 BETA (build 1262) 64 bit Edition on Windows 7 Pro x64

Support and Feedback / What does FocusRect color do?
« on: November 29, 2012, 11:06:37 »
Been using Multi Commander for a few days. Trying to determine if it can replace my previous file manager(s).

In Configuration - Explorer Panel settings - Colors - File and Folder state colors, what is the purpose of FocusRect color?
I think this is the rectangle color around the folder or file in focus but changing this color doesn't behave as expected. Am I right about this setting? If so, I will explain the strange behavior. If not, please enlighten me.

Using version 2.7.2 (build 1200) 64 bit Edition on Windows 7 Professional SP1 x64.

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