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  1. lehnerus2000's Avatar
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       #341

    Also


    Slartybart said:
    We are in agreement - more flexibility for the navPane would be welcome.
    I'd also like the ability to "Lock" the Navigation pane so that folders that are shown in it canít be moved (i.e. switch "Drag & Drop" off).
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  2. kado897's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home 64bit v20H2 and insider builds
       #342

    lehnerus2000 said:
    Slartybart said:
    We are in agreement - more flexibility for the navPane would be welcome.
    I'd also like the ability to "Lock" the Navigation pane so that folders that are shown in it can’t be moved (i.e. switch "Drag & Drop" off).
    Yes. It is too easy to accidentally move or worse delete folders in the navigation pane.
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  3. Mystere's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #343

    Edwin said:
    I've been playing around with 'Clover' as an alternative to File Explorer.
    I love Clover, but it unfortunately suffers from a huge problem that forced me to give it up... There is no way to control which kinds of windows it "takes over" and which it doesn't. You can't, for instance, open up multiple clover windows.. you're stuck with a single one. It also doesn't give you access to important functions, like the folder options. And, now that it hasn't been updated in almost a year... I'm starting to think it's pretty much dead.
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  4. kado897's Avatar
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       #344

    Mystere said:
    Edwin said:
    I've been playing around with 'Clover' as an alternative to File Explorer.
    I love Clover, but it unfortunately suffers from a huge problem that forced me to give it up... There is no way to control which kinds of windows it "takes over" and which it doesn't. You can't, for instance, open up multiple clover windows.. you're stuck with a single one. It also doesn't give you access to important functions, like the folder options. And, now that it hasn't been updated in almost a year... I'm starting to think it's pretty much dead.
    That's not quite true. You can tear off a tab into a new window or join the widows back into a tab by drag and drop just like the Chrome browser. I take it you mean Folder and Search options. The organize dropdown gives access to those.
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  5. Edwin's Avatar
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       #345

    Mystere said:
    You can't, for instance, open up multiple clover windows..
    Wheel click the icon to open as many as you need.
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  6. Mystere's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #346

    Edwin said:
    Mystere said:
    You can't, for instance, open up multiple clover windows..
    Wheel click the icon to open as many as you need.
    Hmm.. I wonder if this is a bug that was fixed at some point.. you didn't used to be able to do that, opening another window just opened a new tab in the same window.

    Regardless, the fact that you can't turn off this "feature" of taking over explorer windows is a huge PIA. You can't run separate explorer and Clover windows. Clover always takes them over. You can do a trick to disable the takeover temporarily, but as soon as you run clover it re-enables it again.

    Why would you want to? Some software crashes when interacting with clover instead of explorer... But regardless, if I want to run explorer I should be able to without uninstalling Clover.
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       #347

    When switching between users, screen goes blank, have to off/on the (Dell) display. Display return immediately.
    GC is NVIDIA GeForce GTX460
    Anyone else see this issue?
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  8. CountMike's Avatar
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    W10+Developer Insider + Linux
       #348

    While working on new desktop background I noticed that Alt-Print screen and Ctrl-Print screen do not work, everything works just like just Print screen was pressed, copies both screens always. That's on desktop only though.
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  9. jimbo45's Avatar
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    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
       #349

    Hi there

    Build 9860 on REAL machine - install Office 2013 --- Installs OK - but it's not on the MENU and the wretched SEARCH seems to want to search the WHOLE INTERNET -- all I need is the file location (on the local PC) then I can pin it to taskbar or whatever.

    Seems the Menu isn't working properly when you install SOME applications via the "classic" method.

    If you REBOOT (shouldn't be necessary) then the programs are on the Menu. !!!!!

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  10. lehnerus2000's Avatar
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    W7 Ultimate SP1 (64 bit), LM 19.2 MATE (64 bit), W10 Home 1703 (64 bit), W10 Pro 1703 (64 bit) VM
       #350

    Strange


    CountMike said:
    While working on new desktop background I noticed that Alt-Print screen and Ctrl-Print screen do not work, everything works just like just Print screen was pressed, copies both screens always. That's on desktop only though.
    "Alt + Prt Scn" works in my b9860.

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    jimbo45 said:
    Build 9860 on REAL machine - install Office 2013 --- Installs OK - but it's not on the MENU and the wretched SEARCH seems to want to search the WHOLE INTERNET -- all I need is the file location (on the local PC) then I can pin it to taskbar or whatever.

    Seems the Menu isn't working properly when you install SOME applications via the "classic" method.

    If you REBOOT (shouldn't be necessary) then the programs are on the Menu. !!!!!
    You're having a lot of issues with your VMs.

    Are you sure that VMware installed correctly on your PC?
    Have you tried reinstalling it?
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