Portable file icons

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FluxTorpedoe
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Re: Portable file icons

Post by FluxTorpedoe » 09 Jun 2013 10:43

Hi' Back,
admin wrote:
FluxTorpedoe wrote:Shouldn't/Couldn't the active tab (ideally on both pane) display the "opened" state?
Yes, you have a point there, but then there would be a mismatch to Address Bar and Breadcrumb (soon) and Find Files Location icons. I'd rather keep this box closed for now. PFI is history. :)
Well, as much as it would've been coooool to have that nice finishing touch (at least on the main visible elements), you're right, to remain logical that would mean at least Tabs+AB+BC. Not worth it now I guess! :bug:
So byebye for now PFI... :cup: 8)

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Re: Portable file icons

Post by admin » 14 Jun 2013 09:37

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Re: Portable file icons

Post by Marco » 14 Jun 2013 09:41

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Re: Portable file icons

Post by Nighted » 12 Jul 2013 21:10

Are there any patterns that would allow association of icons with devices such as USB drives?

I'd like to set a generic icon for all USB drives and then possibly have a pattern that could be set to match an icon with a specific device name so different icons could be used for certain drives.
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Re: Portable file icons

Post by admin » 12 Jul 2013 21:11

Only by drive letter, not by drive type.

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Re: Portable file icons

Post by Nighted » 18 Jul 2013 21:24

Good evening sir, I have one wish. I'd like the ability to match icons with folders like is now possible with files.

To clarify, we have this for files:

*23* matches all files containing "23" in the name

Now something to perform the same function with directories would be nice.

I have played around with it a bit but have been unsuccessful. :shock:
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Re: Portable file icons

Post by TheQwerty » 18 Jul 2013 21:28

Try this:

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*23*\
:wink:

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Re: Portable file icons

Post by Nighted » 18 Jul 2013 21:34

TheQwerty wrote:Try this:

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*23*\
:wink:
:oops:

haha, I was playing around with it before I went to bed last night, I forgot to add the trailing asterisk. :whistle:

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Re: Portable file icons

Post by sinilill » 24 Sep 2018 20:12

I'm struggling with a PFI setup.
I have this kind of a folder structure and wan't only for the A_gallery, B_gallery, C_gallery level to have a custom icon.
I tried: E:\Megagallery\*\>gallery.ico but it is also giving the subgalleries icons, which I don't wan't. It behaves recursive, but I need just one folder level to have custom icons. Hope someone can help :beer:

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E:\Megagallery\
	A_gallery\
		A_subgallery1
		A_subgallery2
		A_subgallery3
	B_gallery\
		B_subgallery1
		B_subgallery2
	C_gallery\
		C_subgallery1

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Re: Portable file icons

Post by jupe » 25 Sep 2018 07:13

Having 2 rules in the below order should work, ie:

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E:\Megagallery\*\*\
E:\Megagallery\*\>gallery.ico
The top rule being an exclusion rule.

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Re: Portable file icons

Post by admin » 25 Sep 2018 08:05

jupe wrote:The top rule being an exclusion rule.
:appl: :cup:

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