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| 17th Oct 2008 |      


Is Softwareok.com working on anything like QDir for Macs?
I think MAC has a good explorer!

The ability to change the background color of the entire program?
Second, a bug: Q-Dir doesn't always show the creation of a new folder in the folder treeview. I've noticed this especially when I'm extracting a compressed file to a new folder: the folder is created and visible in the listview, but doesn't show up in the treeview, even after pressing F5. The only way I can get the new folder to show up in the treeview is by restarting Q-Dir.

I their a version without the virus/adware

Ini option to hide mouse cursor (only show small center cross)
Reason: CursorXP, some cursor sets use large images, and precision select cursors may cover much of the zoom view so you can only see a small bit in the middle.

Built-in Loupe
(Alt-L) does not want to remember last configured size

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,

Leaves a registry key in HK Current User\Software\SoftwareOK.
As you mention, once I used Q-Dir, I cannot turn back. I am currently using version 3.431 and was going to upgrade to 3.45, but version 3.45

I have several Explorer substitutes and use Q-Dir 99% of the time.
My suggestion: In options allow me to specify what subdirectory I want Q-Dir to display when it opens. For example, I open to two panes and would like to have My Documents on the left and My Computer on the right. Even without change it's easy to get to where I want to go and I love this program.


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