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try latest beta 2794+
if the text in clipboard matches a file/folder name in current location it changes focus to that item

I dont think it should create the file if not found, Think you get lots of empty files when you do not want But you can do that from the command line bar,.
type "cf " then paste the path and press enter..
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"Safe clipboard"  not sure I understand what you mean
When the content in the Clipboard is not a path, the paste will create a text file with the clipboard content. Yes, thats a nice shortcut for a new textfile, but better will be making shortcuts for any new files possible in the User Defined Commands.
If i have a filename without path in the clipboard, it dont jump to the file, it just want creating a new textfile with the filename inside. I find this is not good.

When a full path from clipboard pasted in a explorer panel and the file do not exist, it should just create this file, this will be a nice short way for creating new files.
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Yes, this issue is fixed in 11.2 b2794 RC
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Can confirm this is fixed in build 2794  :)
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Try Beta build 2794+
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Sometimes i need a quick jump to a file without filter. Then i use the quick search which should automatically enabled by pressing a letter. But i have to say, it should be possible when paste vrom clipboard without pressing the letter first. And when a path from clipboard not exist, MS should create it. I dont need the "Safe Clipboard"- Feature. How about removing this just?
"Safe clipboard"  not sure I understand what you mean
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So I have a couple of ideas for features that would be pretty easy in Java or VB or .Net but I realize Windows C++/C guts can make simple seeming things overly difficult. That said here are my thoughts:
- Information for selected files/folders shown on the status bar, specifically I'd like to see the target path of any symlinks, junctions, etc. shown on the status bar. I know the info is available as a column in the main explorer details view, but since most files aren't links of any kind having an empty column eating valuable screen real estate really is a waste. So having it just written on the status bar would be really useful. Actually being able to select multiple details about files or folders and having them redirect to the status bar would be very handy in a lot of ways.
Something similar like that are planned, however they are not easy fixes.

- Along those same lines, being able to get to the status bar and other such high visibility, information oriented controls from withing the scripting language in some fashion would be very useful. I know that may be a big ask, but I have ran into a couple of things I was trying to script that would make it useful, at least for me.

You can get the extended file information from script  (GetFileProp - http://multicommander.com/docs/multiscript/functions/filesystem#getfileprop )

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Sometimes i need a quick jump to a file without filter. Then i use the quick search which should automatically enabled by pressing a letter. But i have to say, it should be possible when paste vrom clipboard without pressing the letter first. And when a path from clipboard not exist, MS should create it. I dont need the "Safe Clipboard"- Feature. How about removing this just?
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Feature Requests and Suggestions / A couple of features I'd like to see...
« Last post by SoSirius on June 27, 2021, 18:15:36 »
Hey Mat...great tool. Keep up the good work. I'd offer to help but I haven't written C++ in...more years than I care to say.  :)

So I have a couple of ideas for features that would be pretty easy in Java or VB or .Net but I realize Windows C++/C guts can make simple seeming things overly difficult. That said here are my thoughts:
- Information for selected files/folders shown on the status bar, specifically I'd like to see the target path of any symlinks, junctions, etc. shown on the status bar. I know the info is available as a column in the main explorer details view, but since most files aren't links of any kind having an empty column eating valuable screen real estate really is a waste. So having it just written on the status bar would be really useful. Actually being able to select multiple details about files or folders and having them redirect to the status bar would be very handy in a lot of ways.

- Along those same lines, being able to get to the status bar and other such high visibility, information oriented controls from withing the scripting language in some fashion would be very useful. I know that may be a big ask, but I have ran into a couple of things I was trying to script that would make it useful, at least for me.

Ok. I'll stop there. I know how managing life and hobby projects can burn through the hours.

Thoughts?
-SoSirius
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