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by jayfischer
09 Dec 2012 15:34
Forum: Wishes
Topic: Clickable breadcrumbs.
Replies: 398
Views: 35445

Re: Clickable breadcrumbs.

+1

All I would like is a full path with clickable elements (ie. drive and dirs) for each pane.

Thanks.
by jayfischer
08 Dec 2010 15:16
Forum: Wishes
Topic: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames
Replies: 40
Views: 2704

Re: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames

Thanks everyone. Got it. :oops:

I **added** the tweak when it was already there. I knew I was going something stupid.
by jayfischer
08 Dec 2010 15:09
Forum: Wishes
Topic: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames
Replies: 40
Views: 2704

Re: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames

I have =1 not =0. I will try that.

I have tried =0 - same effect.
by jayfischer
08 Dec 2010 15:08
Forum: Wishes
Topic: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames
Replies: 40
Views: 2704

Re: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames

I have verified the key is there with tools->open config. I have PM'ed you my ini file for review.
by jayfischer
08 Dec 2010 14:51
Forum: Wishes
Topic: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames
Replies: 40
Views: 2704

Re: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames

I had done all that - but I did it again to make sure and it still asks for confirmation. I have rechecked the ini file and XY version (0020). Does it matter where in the ini file it goes I tried both general and settings sections?
by jayfischer
08 Dec 2010 14:14
Forum: Wishes
Topic: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames
Replies: 40
Views: 2704

Re: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames

OK - I feel dumb.

After upgrading - I added the tweak RenameOverwriteNoConfirm=1 to my XYPlorer.ini and I am still getting the confirmation.
by jayfischer
07 Dec 2010 20:43
Forum: Wishes
Topic: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames
Replies: 40
Views: 2704

Re: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames

If I knew how helpful this would have been (inline rename overwrite) - I would have begged for it a long time ago. :) I always had to delete the file first (after initially getting a dialog telling me there is a collision) - now poof one step - bye bye old file.

Thanks for the tweak. One less step.
by jayfischer
07 Dec 2010 17:21
Forum: Wishes
Topic: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames
Replies: 40
Views: 2704

Re: New backup name collision functionality for inline renames

I just wanted to says thanks for the inline rename overwrite. I do lots of file management and this will cut out a few steps. I have already used it countless times.

For those of us who use it - I hope you consider an option to turn off confirmation.
by jayfischer
06 Oct 2010 22:44
Forum: Tips & Tricks, Questions & Answers
Topic: TAFKAX
Replies: 165
Views: 19248

Re: TAFKAX

neoMGR
neoPANES
by jayfischer
29 Apr 2010 20:20
Forum: Wishes
Topic: Click Path Link
Replies: 18
Views: 1421

Re: Click Path Link

+1 for clickable address bar/folders. :D
by jayfischer
23 Mar 2010 19:08
Forum: Wishes
Topic: What do you expect in xyplorer 9?
Replies: 7
Views: 800

Re: What do you expect in xyplorer 9?

I agree - no need for a FTP client in XY. FileZilla does everything I need.
by jayfischer
21 Mar 2010 00:07
Forum: Wishes
Topic: prune dir
Replies: 13
Views: 1788

Re: prune dir

Done! If works perfect now!!

Thanks again, Stefan.
by jayfischer
20 Mar 2010 20:57
Forum: Wishes
Topic: prune dir
Replies: 13
Views: 1788

Re: prune dir

Stefan, Again you come through with a script. It works great except for a few things. Three items. 1. is it possible to check that a folder is selected (I accidentally hit the user button without a selection and it deleted the items in the current directory - not the child) 2. is there a way to bypa...
by jayfischer
20 Mar 2010 15:16
Forum: Wishes
Topic: prune dir
Replies: 13
Views: 1788

prune dir

Sometimes I would like the ability to prune a directory (move the files up a level and then delete the directory). I do this manually now by selecting all the files and dropping them in the parent dir and then deleting the now empty directory. It seems this is a perfect job for the file manager. Tho...
by jayfischer
22 Jan 2010 15:40
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Beta 8.80.0030 High CPU Usage
Replies: 84
Views: 5740

Re: Beta 8.80.0030 High CPU Usage

Win7/64 w/Aero