I’ve noticed something about how this works in folder windows. If I scroll down a long list of thumbnails and want to change the thumbnail size, the window jumps all the way back to the top of the list before the size changes and I have to scroll down and find the images again. The solution seems to be to select the image before changing the size, but I don’t think I should have to.* Ctrl+mousewheel changes thumbnail size as well as view styles, so you can easily view huge thumbnail previews
Something else I’ve noticed is if I do select an image and change thumbnail size, after I deselect it and go back to scrolling and then again try to change the thumbnail size with nothing selected, the screen jumps back towards the top, but not as far.
I would rather changing the size of thumbnails with none of them selected did it’s best to try to center on what’s currently near the middle of the screen, instead of making me feel like I'm starting over in the list with each size change.
Does this detect name changes? What I mean is does it change the name on the backup or does it just create a new copy? Does this erase a file in the destination if it's been erased in the source? I've wanted to find a very simple backup utility like Synctoy set to mirror files.* [P] TOOLS > BACKUP COPY menu copies all items (and their subfolders) from the active to the inactive pane (the backup location, e.g. a USB drive) using "overwrite if newer else skip" robust transfer option.
I'm not sure what you mean, because there isn't a separate listing for the beta in add/remove programs. About the only thing I can think to do is erase its folder in Programs/Zabkat. I thought x2 wrote setting into the registry, and the beta and regular Ult shared it, and hoped the beta will leave it's new settings behind for regular version to find when it gets upgraded.When you uninstall the beta, DON'T erase its settings,
I am so flattered I'm positively flabbergasted. Looking at this thread I sometimes wonder if I'm the only beta tester. I'm not in a position to test network or programming features. I'm not exactly a power user and consider myself a middling feature daily user and interface freak.I wish there were more testers like you, you are the new kilmatead