XYplorer 20.10 has been released on 03-Jun-2019. Here’s a quick introduction to the main new features:
Clipboard Markers. A new way of marking items that are currently in the clipboard, whether they are cut or copied.
First you ensure they are turned on: Configuration | Colors and Styles | Styles | Clipboard markers. "Dimmed icons" is the conventional way, "Colored lines" is the exciting new stuff. You can even go all the way and combine them:
Now let’s select some items and press Ctrl+C:
As you see, the copied items are slightly shifted to the right and a vertical line is drawn to the left of them, a nice little effect you can easily see from the corner of your eye. You can be assured now that the copy really happened.
Now if you cut the same items using Ctrl+X you’ll get this:
Note that selections are independent from the Clipboard Markers, of course:
The clipboard is constantly watched by XYplorer, so if other processes send items to the clipboard (or remove them from there) you will immediately see it in XYplorer (if those items are currently shown in the folder tree or the file list).
By the way, the Clipboard Markers are also shown in the folder tree:
Sorting. Now you can choose between three sort methods in folder tree and file list: Binary, Textual, Natural.
Find the setting here: Configuration | General | Sort and Rename | Sort | Sort method.
To illustrate the differences here are 8 files sorted in 3 ways:
Recent Location Pins. Now you can customize the color and the number of the pins.
The first thing you do is turn them on: Simply click menu Tools | Customize Tree | Recent Location Pins. That’s all. Now you should see something like this in the folder tree:
Go here to customize the color and the number of pins: Configuration | Colors and Styles | Highlights & Dark Mode | Recent location pins:
Reset Zoom. Now you can reset the font zoom to the startup values by pressing Ctrl+0.
You can easily zoom the font size by using Ctrl+MouseWheel. Now you can just as easily go back to the original size by using Ctrl+0 (Ctrl+Zero).