- There has been a (new) phenomena where if a script deals with hundreds of folders hundreds of tab folders get created and there's no easy way to prevent or remove.
- Related: Memory leak where even after closing all of the tabs, the parent folder of all the tab folders *cannot* be renamed. Somehow XY keeps a handle to one of the folders you worked on even though no tab or reference exists (not in the Tree View, List View). However, this leaked handle reference can be seen in the task manager (searching for the path). The best part is the reference is retained from one XY session to another. It's located in the XYplorer.ini | [mruOpenedItems] which is reporting a Count=64 and item #39 somehow gets opened as a folder in the background. The handle can be disassociated from XY and left as residue with a non-existent process. You either have to kill it or log off/on/reboot to remove it.
- Related, Folder rename hell where you have to press ESC until you break the can't rename in use dialog message.
Either the above is by design and I don't get it or ...
What are your thoughts?