tab("relocate", $home, $i);where home is the path determined by
$home = tab("get", "home", $i);that when the tab is relocated from a sub folder with a saved FVS (e.g thumbnail #2) to home which has a different saved FVS (e.g., thumbnail #3) instead of using thumbnail #3 it uses the view of the subfolder it came from (in this example thumbnail #2(). Using "go home" (#348) will always get you to the correct view for home, but of course that's only used for a current tab.
tab("relocate", $home, $i);however, seems to inherent the view of the subfolder your coming from instead of using the FVS of the home folder.
For further explanation in my case, I'm using thumbnail view #2 for all my wallpaper folders beneath G:\Wallpaper\1020x1080\ (e.g.,G:\Wallpaper\1020x1080\Italy) defined in FVS as G:\Wallpaper\1020x1080\* where Including subs is checked. Whereas the main folder of G:\Wallpaper\1020x1080\ is thumbnail #3 defined in FVS as G:\Wallpaper\1020x1080\ (including subs is not checked). In both FVS's, the view mode is checked. Going home and normal movement between folders as I mentioned always works fine; the problem only seems to be with using tab("relocate", path, tab index). Any chance you could have that tab relocated act like the normal go home and use the correct FVS? I tested on some additional test folders with the same result. Thanks.