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by mazy
11 Feb 2006, 18:43
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: persistent selections
Replies: 10
Views: 10121

i see. i would be happy with anything extending the current state of things regarding selections. even just for the "one path version" ;).
by mazy
11 Feb 2006, 14:26
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: persistent selections
Replies: 10
Views: 10121

yes, you're indeed right, Jan. tabbed browsing (+ workspaces) would help in quite a few situations.

still i consider persistent selections nice thing to have. not just for preventing accidents. "multiple path version" could be very useful when creating list of files and directories to be copied etc.
by mazy
11 Feb 2006, 14:03
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Saving configuration on exit / multiple instances
Replies: 19
Views: 19364

Oliver S, my idea should be handy even in the case of multiple instances. it would be up to you whether to open new workspace in the tab or start new salamander and open it there ... of course there's still the problem with configuration saving when you've multiple salamanders running. i guess that ...
by mazy
09 Feb 2006, 18:05
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: settings sets (aka workspace settings)
Replies: 12
Views: 12235

Jan, jis and KNUT, thank you for your support and responses :). now, we would need more users to demand this ...

in the meantime, what about my other requests, persistent selections and user menu enhancements?
by mazy
08 Feb 2006, 22:54
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Saving configuration on exit / multiple instances
Replies: 19
Views: 19364

jan, i also run multiple instances of salamander ... from just one to 3, mostly just two. some info why and what would help is in my post here . as for tabbed browsing, yes, that would help. not sure what i would like better (tabbed vs. what i proposed), however my ideas would be actually very helpf...
by mazy
08 Feb 2006, 19:27
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Saving configuration on exit / multiple instances
Replies: 19
Views: 19364

guys, this is in some ways related to issues from my feature request here. i'm sort of sad that no one took time to reply to them ...
by mazy
03 Feb 2006, 21:59
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Your Servant Salamander (screenshots)
Replies: 37
Views: 51104

Re: Your Servant Salamander (screenshots)

Anonymous wrote:Very nice dark Screenshoot. What is this for a GUI changer? WindowsBlinds...?
thanks :). it's just standard windows xp visual style, it's called half life 2 on deviantart.com.
by mazy
03 Feb 2006, 11:17
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: special character for a digit
Replies: 4
Views: 4587

Re: special character for a digit

cincura.net wrote:I suggest to use regular expressions. It would be more useful than some special chars.
for the things i want it for? well i don't think that would happen, plus it would be a little overkill. i would be happy enough with '#' for the time being.
by mazy
03 Feb 2006, 11:05
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: user menu enhancements
Replies: 0
Views: 3446

user menu enhancements

some enhancements to the user menu system: - user should be able to tick 'separator' checkbox directly after creating new menu item using 'new' button or insert key. at the moment, you have to enter at least non-empty name for such an item before you can declare it to be a separator - new item shoul...
by mazy
03 Feb 2006, 10:35
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: special character for a digit
Replies: 4
Views: 4587

special character for a digit

i would like to be able to use special character for a digit in 'masks priority list' and 'viewers & editors' (and not only standard wildcards using * and ? characters). at the moment, there's support for such a character (#) in the archivers selection of config (for specifiying for example rar file...
by mazy
03 Feb 2006, 10:23
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Your Servant Salamander (screenshots)
Replies: 37
Views: 51104

Re: Your Servant Salamander (screenshots)

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by mazy
01 Feb 2006, 12:18
Forum: Problems and Troubleshooting
Topic: Standard windows folder-icons instead of custom ones,Beta 11
Replies: 4
Views: 5740

KNUT, so what was the problem? Jan Rysavy, as far as i remember, salamander always used the default icons and not the custom ones. i have windows xp and i use stardock's iconpackager to create and change icon sets. the icons i use are smooth metal . i've tried using other ones, rebuilding icon cache...
by mazy
01 Feb 2006, 11:46
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: settings sets (aka workspace settings)
Replies: 12
Views: 12235

settings sets (aka workspace settings)

this is the other one of the two productivity features i would use *a lot*. what: settings sets (maybe it would be best to call it 'workspaces' or 'workspace settings'). not the best name for it - simply put, beefed-up custom views. more precisely - switchable subsets of configuration settings relat...
by mazy
01 Feb 2006, 06:51
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: persistent selections
Replies: 10
Views: 10121

persistent selections

this is one of the two productivity features i would use *a lot*. what: persistent selections. the idea is to add 'keep selection' switch to the selection commands (either under edit or edit -> advanced). when selected/checked (which could also be indicated by icon in the directory line as is the ca...
by mazy
01 Feb 2006, 01:40
Forum: Problems and Troubleshooting
Topic: Standard windows folder-icons instead of custom ones,Beta 11
Replies: 4
Views: 5740

KNUT, did you have custom icons in previous betas (i didn't). it seems salamander is getting these icons directly from shell32.dll, so one would have to modify them there. it's not a big deal, however it would be nice to use custom (theme) icons, not the shell32.dll ones. would look better with my d...