XYplorer 9.60 has been released on 06-Oct-2010. Here's a quick introduction to the main new features:
These commands can literally save you hours and protect you from fatal mistakes. Here is a use case tht might interest photographers:
Use case: You manually sort out photos visually scanning through the JPGs in your JPG folder. When done you want to remove the corresponding RAW images in your RAW folder. Extremely tedious task. Easy Solution: Point the active pane to the RAW folder, and point the inactive pane to the JPG folder (Tip: hold ALT when you click the tree folder to load it in the inactive pane!). Then open Sync Select, enable Ignore extensions, and choose the Select Uniques command (Tip: dbl-click the command to trigger it). Voilà! All RAW files with no corresponding JPG file are selected. Now you can simply delete the selected files.
Here you see how the Shell Context Menu can be enhanced by a couple of custom commands:
And here you see how it turns out at the top of the Shell Context Menu:
Depending on your rename tasks this offers an elegant way to handle them. You might even copy the names to a full blown editor, do some fancy things with them, and then paste them back to the dialog and perform the rename.
Find the command under menu File | Rename Special | Edit Item Names...