QTTabBar Updates

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  1. Posts : 17,838
    Windows 10
       #501

    @Johnny Rico
    Yeah..., sumpthin's not right there!
    Can't quite put my finger on it though...
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  2. Posts : 949
    windows 10 professional 64-bit, 22H2
       #502

    dalchina said:
    In file explorer, rt click the column header. Click "Size column to fit" or "Size all columns to fit" as appropriate.
    This will display the hole name for all.

    Note that if you have any really long names this will mean your column may be very wide.
    I don't have QtTabBar in Windows XP, so I can't check there. But with the normal Windows Explorer, when you switch to List view, there is no column header. In Windows 10, using QtTabBar, when I switch to List view & right click the column header, there's no option to "Size all columns to fit".
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  3. Posts : 43,282
    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)
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       #503

    Thank you for your reply.

    In Details view, the options to size columns are available:
    QTTabBar Updates-untitled.png

    Whilst you are correct those options aren't present in List view, if I select 'Size Column to Fit' in Details view, that setting still applies in List view.

    I find deselecting the option only has an effect when I next relaunch file explorer.
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  4. Posts : 949
    windows 10 professional 64-bit, 22H2
       #504

    dalchina said:
    Thank you for your reply.

    In Details view, the options to size columns are available:
    QTTabBar Updates-untitled.png

    Whilst you are correct those options aren't present in List view, if I select 'Size Column to Fit' in Details view, that setting still applies in List view.

    I find deselecting the option only has an effect when I next relaunch file explorer.
    Thanks for this information & I'll remember it for QtTabBar. In Windows XP, File Explorer (then called Windows Explorer) doesn't have an option to "Size all columns to fit". You can double click on the column divider though, & it will size that column to fit. I don't think many people still have WinXP.
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  5. Posts : 9
    Windows 10
       #505

    Is there a way to invert the recent locations menu list? By default it's arranged by the oldest directories first and working down to the most recent. I'd prefer the opposite.
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  6. Posts : 43,282
    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)
    Thread Starter
       #506

    Recent tabs in the Command bar? Or something else?
    The first is most recent first for me.

    And then there's this..
    Desktop Tool - QTTabBar Manual

    Personally I use something that is more generally available- not just in file explorer.
    a. extra buttons in the title bar (I happen to use Actual Window Manager, there's also Extra Buttons (free).
    or
    b. Listary (more features than you might expect... free version available).

    These also make favourite folders and recent files and folders etc available in many open/save dialogues.
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  7. Posts : 9
    Windows 10
       #507

    dalchina said:
    Recent tabs in the Command bar? Or something else?
    The first is most recent first for me.

    I’m talking about the list of locations visited in a particular tab. The list is arranged in the opposite order of what I prefer and I can’t find an option to customize the order.
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  8. Posts : 949
    windows 10 professional 64-bit, 22H2
       #508

    cmach1 said:
    I’m talking about the list of locations visited in a particular tab. The list is arranged in the opposite order of what I prefer and I can’t find an option to customize the order.
    I'm a little confused as to what you mean. Under History, I see this:
    QTTabBar Updates-image.png
    But if I look for recent tabs or recent files, they are listed in the order of the last one used, then 2nd to last, etc.

    Could you post a screenshot?
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  9. Posts : 9
    Windows 10
       #509

    phrab said:
    I'm a little confused as to what you mean. Under History, I see this:
    QTTabBar Updates-image.png
    But if I look for recent tabs or recent files, they are listed in the order of the last one used, then 2nd to last, etc.

    Could you post a screenshot?

    I'm talking about the list that can be accessed by clicking the small down arrow from the image below. The folders visited are arranged in ascending order and there doesn't appear to be an option to put it in descending order.


    QTTabBar Updates-capt.jpg


    Here's a screenshot of my history settings as well. They look very similar to yours.
    QTTabBar Updates-capture.jpg
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  10. Posts : 949
    windows 10 professional 64-bit, 22H2
       #510

    cmach1 said:
    I'm talking about the list that can be accessed by clicking the small down arrow from the image below. The folders visited are arranged in ascending order and there doesn't appear to be an option to put it in descending order.


    QTTabBar Updates-capt.jpg


    Here's a screenshot of my history settings as well. They look very similar to yours.
    QTTabBar Updates-capture.jpg
    Hmm. I guess I've never used that downward chevron. When I hover, I see Recent locations, but when I click on it, nothing happens...it's empty. I can sometimes add a tab & it'll will allow me to switch.

    One thing I've used extensively is the "create a group"
    QTTabBar Updates-image.png, so it's possible that I haven't had a need for reordering recent history. If you haven't yet, I prefer searching to folders & files using Search Everything, so you might try that & see if it serves your needs.
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