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| 25th July 2008 |      


I use teracopy allot for copying / moving , I would love to see a good implementation of this feature.
I'm working on different things .

I can't use the Q-dir. How can I extend the usage. Do I have to pay?
I can't use the Q-dir. How can I extend the usage. Do I have to pay?

I can not find my pictures that are on print photo wizard.
I want to view and delete some of them where would i find them I looked in my pictures folder/file and none are there?

To have a tab for quick links to favorites (similar to Firefox).
Also, to be able to set keyboard shortcuts for specific favorites folders (similar to xplorer2).


The association of the F-keys to some features of the program
Such as in other like-explorers as Free Commander and Total Commander or Xplorer2. For example: to create a new dir, is only necessary to press F7 and so on. As a most-of-the-time keyboard user, I testify: this is very helpful.

Would like to translate for my language
Would like to translate for my language

For implementation I have a little suggestion. Click 'Date Modified' tab followed by 'Type' tab to arrange according to type (primary) and date (secondary). The last tab clicked becomes the primary condition,

Good for you. Microsoft should have done that a long time ago.
(1) Select files by size, date, extension, or name wildcard. (2) Make find/replace changes on the file names or file attributes for all selected files.


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