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by sj515064
22 Mar 2019 05:48
Forum: Wishes
Topic: DPI scaling in multiple monitors
Replies: 30
Views: 1954

Re: DPI scaling in multiple monitors

I think maybe because of this change, but now when I run fresh I get small icons as the new default, and on all earlier versions I get large icons as the default. Small icons are tiny and unsuitable, I am running 1920x1080@120dpi if it is relevant, but I am assuming that all new installs are now de...
by sj515064
21 Mar 2019 16:29
Forum: Wishes
Topic: Branch View toolbar icon
Replies: 38
Views: 1571

Re: Branch View toolbar icon

Preferences regarding icons are rather subjective. I agree with highend that a SC which changes the icon in only one session is less useful. The simple solution to this problem is what has been mentioned by SammaySarkar, that is, enabling users to specify custom icon files in the ini, which will the...
by sj515064
21 Mar 2019 13:51
Forum: Tips & Tricks, Questions & Answers
Topic: Find Files question
Replies: 4
Views: 173

Re: Annoying Find Files bug

OK, well I've just checked again with the current beta and the behaviour still exists. I think what is happening is that it is only searching the highlighted folder rather than the whole structure. Here is a gif showing the behaviour: Not a bug, because the "Selected locations" (in the info panel) ...
by sj515064
20 Mar 2019 12:42
Forum: Wishes
Topic: Showing ID of current XY instance in the title bar
Replies: 3
Views: 199

Re: Showing ID of current XY instance in the title bar

You can use <get instance> <path> - <get instance> <app> <ver> But this will only show 1 for the first instance, and 2 for all other instances. You may find this useful too. <path> - [<hwnd>] <app> <ver> Thanks :) But still, I think the capability of distinguishing different instances is important ...
by sj515064
20 Mar 2019 11:43
Forum: Wishes
Topic: Showing ID of current XY instance in the title bar
Replies: 3
Views: 199

Showing ID of current XY instance in the title bar

It is useful to show a number indicating the identity of the current XY instance in the title bar. (In my opinion, this behavior should even be set as factory default) For example: <path> - <ins> <app> <ver> where <ins> will return a number indicating the identity of the current XY instance. 1st ins...
by sj515064
20 Mar 2019 11:33
Forum: Wishes
Topic: DPI scaling in multiple monitors
Replies: 30
Views: 1954

Re: DPI scaling in multiple monitors

Thanks :) Hope this won't make the configuration dialogue too overwhelming. For "Dynamic while running", two cases are possible: 1. The user changes the DPI of the screen purposely. 2. There are two screens with different DPI, and the user drags the XY window from one to another. (More rarely, the X...
by sj515064
19 Mar 2019 16:29
Forum: Wishes
Topic: DPI scaling in multiple monitors
Replies: 30
Views: 1954

Re: DPI scaling in multiple monitors

This issue partly comes from the fact that XY uses a key-value configuration for the size of toolbar icons, although it is able to automatically set the toolbar icon size according to the resolution of the screen. For example, on high-res devices like Microsoft Surface, the toolbar icon size is auto...
by sj515064
17 Mar 2019 17:06
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Copy,Pause,Resume Problem
Replies: 22
Views: 1435

Re: Copy,Pause,Resume Problem

admin wrote:
17 Mar 2019 16:05
Pause and Resume is already possible. Just leave this dialog (which appears after pressing Pause) alone, until you want to continue, then press Cancel:
May be more clear in this way:
Title: Processing paused.
Message: Click Continue to resume, or click Stop to quit.
Button: Continue, Stop
by sj515064
16 Mar 2019 15:43
Forum: Script Exchange
Topic: [SCRIPT] Tidy up a folder
Replies: 3
Views: 487

Re: [SCRIPT] Tidy up a folder

Great improvement :tup: Thanks!

:)
by sj515064
16 Mar 2019 14:03
Forum: Script Exchange
Topic: [SCRIPT] Tidy up a folder
Replies: 3
Views: 487

[SCRIPT] Tidy up a folder

There may be some folders full of all kinds of stuff on your PC, like the "Desktop" or the "Downloads". The script below moves files to corresponding folders based on their extensions: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Compressed zip rar r0* ...
by sj515064
13 Mar 2019 11:48
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: File information prompts Chinese garbled
Replies: 42
Views: 1330

Re: File information prompts Chinese garbled

Thanks :)
(the figure is created with Microsoft PowerPoint :mrgreen: )

Fix confirmed.
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by sj515064
13 Mar 2019 03:15
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: File information prompts Chinese garbled
Replies: 42
Views: 1330

Re: File information prompts Chinese garbled

Guess 1: XY is able to grab the ID3 tags stored in *.mp3 (in the form of HEX code). Guess 2: XY is hardcoded to decode the grabbed HEX code with Windows-1252. (A quick and direct fix for this problem of garbled text is to replace the hardcoded Windows-1252 with the detected system encoding, whereas ...
by sj515064
13 Mar 2019 02:39
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: File information prompts Chinese garbled
Replies: 42
Views: 1330

Re: File information prompts Chinese garbled

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by sj515064
13 Mar 2019 01:42
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: File information prompts Chinese garbled
Replies: 42
Views: 1330

Re: File information prompts Chinese garbled

It's a bit different (one line per output, 6 times): 00000000: B9 00 FE 00 C1 00 D5 00 ¹.þ.Á.Õ. 00000000: 31 74 A8 A2 3F 1t¨¢? 00000000: B9 FE C1 D5 ¹þÁÕ 00000000: B9 FE C1 D5 ¹þÁÕ 00000000: B9 FE C1 D5 ¹þÁÕ 1tá? Seems that B9 FE C1 D5 is the correctly grabbed HEX code from *.mp3. Decode B9 FE C1 D5...
by sj515064
12 Mar 2019 13:13
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: File information prompts Chinese garbled
Replies: 42
Views: 1330

Re: File information prompts Chinese garbled

I've done some boring tests: "蒙古天韵 Ⅱ" saved with GB2312 (936), opened with Windows-1252: "ÃɹÅÌìÔÏ ¢ò" "ÃɹÅÌìÔÏ ¢ò" saved with GB2312 (936), reopened with GB2312 (936): "?é1?ìì?? ¢ò" (This is what "text dbcsdecode("ÃɹÅÌìÔÏ ¢ò", 936);" returns, in beta 19.70.0122) "ÃɹÅÌìÔÏ ¢ò" saved with Windows-1...