XYplorer 20.20 has been released on 18-Jun-2019. Here’s a quick introduction to the main new features:
Append to Clipboard. The new Append command allows you to append files to the files that are currently in the clipboard. Hunt and collect.
The new command is found here: menu Edit | Append (Ctrl+Alt+D). The "Append" toolbar button is not shown by default, you can add it to the toolbar via Tools | Customize Toolbar... (Ctrl+Shift+F9).
Clipboard Peek. Now the "Edit Clipboard" button provides a real-time indication of the current clipboard contents, so you always know whether there is something in the clipboard and of what kind it (text, image, files). The clipboard is no black box anymore.
In the screenshots below the "Edit Clipboard" button is used. This button is not present in the default toolbar. Either use the "Paste" button instead (which is present) or add the "Edit Clipboard" to the toolbar like this:
Here you can see how the "Edit Clipboard" button changes when the clipboard changes:
Restore Previous Clipboard. Ever accidentally lost some valuable clipboard contents? Argh! Relax. The previous state of the clipboard is now automatically stored whenever the clipboard changes, and you can toggle the current and the previous state by using the new Restore Previous Clipboard command.
The new command is found here: menu Edit | Paste Special | Restore Previous Clipboard.
Nested Hamburger. Now the Hamburger menu in the Breadcrumb Bar ("Recently in the Breadcrumb Bar I asked for the Hamburger menu...") supports submenus.
To customize the Hamburger menu right-click the Hamburger icon in the Breadcrumb Bar and click Customize Menu...
The above screenshot is defined like this:
:dpmoveto :dpcopyto - :newfolder :copypath - :pp - More Commands Copy Full Path;#101;:copy Copy Name only;#102;Green.ico ::Character View Current Filename;charview <curname>; :mrl #1070;;:go
The numbers (#101 etc) refer to command IDs. The colon-keys (:copy etc) refer to toolbar buttons. The double-colon (::) marks a script. Note that the icon "Green.ico" has to be located in the XYplorer icons path (go to <xyicons> via the XYplorer address bar). You find details and more examples in the help file.