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by wasker
2010 Jun 16, 02:31
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: Sometimes feels too complicated... casual user advice?
Replies: 8
Views: 1907

I would recommend to read the PDF manual - sometimes you may find there a feature you wouldn't even think of otherwise, which suddenly solves a problem of yours. Feels like epiphany.
by wasker
2010 May 18, 16:17
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: build 180.12
Replies: 14
Views: 2858

If the version installed breaks the expected user experience, this does invalidate the claim on the site.
by wasker
2010 May 18, 15:07
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: build 180.12
Replies: 14
Views: 2858

Tuxman wrote:Shell extensions are not a "feature" on x² anyway, so if it's just for x², 32 bit works on 64 bit systems.
Shell extensions are part of user experience, which breaks down if you're using 32-bit x2 on 64-bit Windows. Do I really need to explain obvious things?
by wasker
2010 May 18, 13:14
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: build 180.12
Replies: 14
Views: 2858

Tuxman wrote:Shell extensions are not a part of x².
Perfect integration with Windows shell is what makes X2 X2. Who needs another stupid Total Commander clone?
by wasker
2010 May 17, 18:58
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: build 180.12
Replies: 14
Views: 2858

Tuxman wrote:
wasker wrote:Nikos, the copy on download page is misleading:
"All 32/64 bit (95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/W7)", but down below you have a separate link to 64-bit version download.
Nothing wrong with that. 32 bit x² works fine on 64 bit systems.
Really? When did you check your shell extensions last time?
by wasker
2010 May 16, 00:03
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: build 180.12
Replies: 14
Views: 2858

Nikos, the copy on download page is misleading:
"All 32/64 bit (95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/W7)", but down below you have a separate link to 64-bit version download.

And while you're at it, maybe it makes sense to put links to both versions on the same page? Why different pages?

Thanks!
by wasker
2010 May 01, 23:58
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: Tip: use TortoiseDiff user command to compare files
Replies: 1
Views: 701

Tip: use TortoiseDiff user command to compare files

If you happen to use TortoiseSVN, here's a nice command line to use as a user command in x2:

>"C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseMerge.exe" /base:"$F" /mine:"$G"

This will use file on an active pane as a base and will compare it against changes made in the selected file on inactive pane.
by wasker
2010 Mar 25, 00:31
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: Queue button
Replies: 3
Views: 760

Queue button

Nikos,

Why would you change the one-click button "Queue" in copy/move dialog to a two-click operation - select Use Queue, click Copy/Move? Could you return the original design back please?

Thanks.
by wasker
2010 Mar 06, 02:31
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: 1.8.0.7 [Unicode] cannot move filesfrom x2 to outside
Replies: 3
Views: 644

Re: 1.8.0.7 [Unicode] cannot move filesfrom x2 to outside

I find that I cannot move (drag, drop) any file from a folder in X2 to say, my documents (or any folder), unless it is done within X2. That includes drag and drop files on program icons outside X2 and programs that are open and running. Just a black strike thru circle. Help? Windows 7/Vista and x2 ...
by wasker
2010 Jan 31, 17:12
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: TortoiseSVN 1.6.6 + xplorer2 Pro 1.8.0.1 - TSVN-Delete
Replies: 15
Views: 5081

I confirm that lates TSVN doesn't have the problem with Delete on Win7x64.
by wasker
2010 Jan 28, 15:46
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: TortoiseSVN 1.6.6 + xplorer2 Pro 1.8.0.1 - TSVN-Delete
Replies: 15
Views: 5081

64-bit version anyone?
by wasker
2010 Jan 24, 20:32
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: TortoiseSVN 1.6.6 + xplorer2 Pro 1.8.0.1 - TSVN-Delete
Replies: 15
Views: 5081

Nikos, I kind of understand your logic, but somehow this works in Explorer w/o any problems...
by wasker
2010 Jan 20, 12:26
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: TortoiseSVN "Delete" operation works differently to Explorer
Replies: 12
Views: 2658

What's interesting is that I'm using x2 and older version of TSVN at work with XP - no problems with Delete whatsoever.
by wasker
2010 Jan 20, 02:23
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: TortoiseSVN "Delete" operation works differently to Explorer
Replies: 12
Views: 2658

OOOPS! It's x2's fault! Explorer hands over Delete command to TSVN just fine.

1.8.0.0 [Unicode] x64 @ Win7 x64 Pro.
by wasker
2010 Jan 19, 22:06
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: TortoiseSVN "Delete" operation works differently to Explorer
Replies: 12
Views: 2658

Are you sure it behaves differently in x2 vs. Explorer? I noticed the behavior change, but I blame TSVN for that. As far as I remember, it's broken for me everywhere. Gotta check again, though...