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by roman2
31 Aug 2008, 00:59
Forum: Problems and Troubleshooting
Topic: Unreliable and not user friendly FTP client
Replies: 5
Views: 3751

It's hard to reproduce this. I will need to have poor network connection factor active again. Will an eye on this.

Is there any file transfer verification used with your plugin?
by roman2
31 Aug 2008, 00:11
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Display problem files in a set of multiple file archives
Replies: 0
Views: 2222

Display problem files in a set of multiple file archives

When I uncompress multipart rar files and encounter an error in one or more parts, Salamander doesn't display in which of these parts the errors occurred, and I would like to know this in order to know which files to repair.
by roman2
27 Jul 2008, 17:46
Forum: Problems and Troubleshooting
Topic: Unreliable and not user friendly FTP client
Replies: 5
Views: 3751

Where would I get the log files?
by roman2
19 Jul 2008, 01:59
Forum: Problems and Troubleshooting
Topic: Unreliable and not user friendly FTP client
Replies: 5
Views: 3751

Unreliable and not user friendly FTP client

I transferred a lot of files from a web server to my PC and then from it to another web server and noticed some problems: - during the copying process I got lots of errors and my checking the checkbox for Salamander to remember the action for future similar problems didn't produce the desired effect...
by roman2
24 May 2008, 07:14
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Is it possible to ensure correctness of files copied?
Replies: 4
Views: 4417

What you wrote in blue is what I want.
by roman2
23 May 2008, 23:24
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Is it possible to ensure correctness of files copied?
Replies: 4
Views: 4417

It would be cool if I could simply set a flag to use a fault-tolerant mode of copy.
by roman2
23 May 2008, 21:53
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Is it possible to ensure correctness of files copied?
Replies: 4
Views: 4417

Is it possible to ensure correctness of files copied?

I've read people's stories about having corrupted files that were copied to external disks with corruption being caused by insufficient USB electricity supply, bad disks, etc. Is it possible to get Salamander to verify correctness of the files it copies (like some CD/DVD writing programs do)? If not...
by roman2
30 Mar 2008, 20:56
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Why do you use Salamander?
Replies: 11
Views: 9912

its almost perfect ,except that the database is in registery and not in a file (which cant be portable) This is my gripe with it too. I don't get why some developers choose to us registry for it. Some other program I use recently switched to using registry. I think it's bad judgment. The settings c...
by roman2
30 Mar 2008, 20:52
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Why do you use Salamander?
Replies: 11
Views: 9912

I started to use it because I wanted a two panel file manager. It can't be beat with Explorer type. Sometimes I tree view is very useful, but two panel views are best for copying/moving files. And then I got stuck with it because it's just beautiful and very stable. And has most features that I need...
by roman2
17 Mar 2008, 02:37
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Parameters in the Change Directory feature
Replies: 2
Views: 2673

I did search but used a different name for this.
by roman2
16 Mar 2008, 22:54
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Parameters in the Change Directory feature
Replies: 2
Views: 2673

Parameters in the Change Directory feature

I'd like to suggest a low priority feature: supporting parameters in the Change Directory feature. E.g., %systemroot%\Microsoft.NET\Framework.
by roman2
21 Jan 2008, 01:06
Forum: Problems and Troubleshooting
Topic: Ctrl+p on XP
Replies: 1
Views: 2104

Ctrl+p on XP

I was working on someone's computer with Windows XP yesterday and noticed a difference in how Ctrl+p is handled by Salamander 2.5 RC1 and 2.5. RC1 displayed the permission dialog, but 2.5 displayed the property dialog. Can anybody confirm this?
by roman2
09 Jan 2008, 19:35
Forum: Problems and Troubleshooting
Topic: File attribute -- N or T. Salamander seems confused.
Replies: 5
Views: 4782

You are welcome. Then the question is this: why does Salamander display T and why doesn't it do it for all files and directories that have the N attribute?
by roman2
04 Jan 2008, 18:56
Forum: Problems and Troubleshooting
Topic: File attribute -- N or T. Salamander seems confused.
Replies: 5
Views: 4782

Snapshots of both Explorer and Salamander.
by roman2
31 Dec 2007, 00:56
Forum: Problems and Troubleshooting
Topic: File attribute -- N or T. Salamander seems confused.
Replies: 5
Views: 4782

File attribute -- N or T. Salamander seems confused.

I've just noticed something I haven't seen before. In the data directory of Skype on Vista there are several directories and files with an attribute N. That's according to Windows Explorer. However, Salamander shows only one file with a new (to me) attribute, T, but for a file for which Explorer dis...