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- 12 Nov 2004 18:47
- Forum: Bug Reports
- Topic: Uninstalling programs while TrackerV3 is present.
- Replies: 3
- Views: 850
If I, for example, uninstall Baldurs Gate II with an external program like RegCleaner, whilst having TrackerV3 open at the Baldurs Gate folder, after the installation, TrackerV3 would be frozen for a period of time, then close. Is it possible for TrackerV3 to just go up one level of file instead of ...
I copy, cut & paste alot, and I found a GUI feature that is 'missing'. If you right click a file/folder in the right pane of TrackerV3, and select Cut/Paste, then try and right click a blank space in the same pane, there is no paste option. Ctr + c/x works on the right pane, but ctr + v does not. Th...
- 30 Aug 2004 19:57
- Forum: Tips & Tricks, Questions & Answers
- Topic: Adding TrackerV3 to right-click menu
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1736
Is there a way to add trackerV3 to the explorer right-click menu, so that when you right-click on a folder, you can navigate to 'TrackerV3' and click it - thus making TrackerV3 open up that folder? ...Just a side note, I managed to make TrackerV3 my default filemanager. The details are here: http://...
- 29 Aug 2004 17:54
- Forum: Bug Reports
- Topic: shortcuts vs non-english keyboard
- Replies: 17
- Views: 3192
I personally like the feature, saves you clicking and dragging the preview bar to view bigger things. But that's just me being lazy...admin wrote:I'm inclined to remove the dblclick on the splitter, just to keep the program straight and tidy. There's no reason to keep it, right?
- 29 Aug 2004 17:51
- Forum: Wishes
- Topic: searching by full name (ie. file path) elements
- Replies: 13
- Views: 2340
Do you know of any other Find Files tool that has this option? Well. I've never used the TrackerV3 find file tool. I use a thing called EFS (Effective File Search). It's a commercial product, but I got a special free edition with a PC magazine. It has that Leopoludus. Maybe you could look at it? Th...
Hm.. Have a look: http://docs.geoshell.com/R4?pagename=DefaultFileManager If you don't like messing around in the registry, you're probably not using geoshell, and you should probably stick to Powerdesk as far as alternate FileManagers go, because it's the only one I know of that set's itself up as ...