[fixed]: [6681] Dialog window for rename - quirks

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[fixed]: [6681] Dialog window for rename - quirks

#1 Post by alf5000 » 07.08.2014, 19:28

+ + + + edit: fixed for [669] :) + + + +


I took my freecommander.ini from .668 and watch what happens with the OK button in .6681:

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if I use a fresh freecommander.ini there are no problems - but my FCXE is so heavily customized that I wouldn't be amused to do I again.
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Re: [6681] Dialog window for rename - quirks

#2 Post by Dreamer » 09.08.2014, 19:46

Strange, I can't confirm on Win Vista 32 bit, 6681.

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Re: [6681] Dialog window for rename - quirks

#3 Post by alf5000 » 09.08.2014, 20:58

problem definitely exists - but I could solve it by digging around in my freecommander.ini :)

by the way:
where is your focus when pressing F2 in 6681?
in 668 focus is on 'New name' field but in 6681 focus is on OK-button, which is not convinient at all.
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Re: [6681] Dialog window for rename - quirks

#4 Post by Dreamer » 09.08.2014, 22:37

alf5000 wrote:by the way:
where is your focus when pressing F2 in 6681?
in 668 focus is on 'New name' field but in 6681 focus is on OK-button, which is not convinient at all.
Confirmed! This is definitely wrong, perhaps not a real bug, but it should be changed. I don't use a dialog for renaming, so I couldn't see it.

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Re: [6681] Dialog window for rename - quirks

#5 Post by Dreamer » 19.08.2014, 20:36

Fixed in 669, but there is a minor delay, just a split second. If don't using a dialog, there is no delay.

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