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No click sounds when browsing folders ...or the option to dissable sounds

Please Disable:
>Menu>Extras>List-view>Click Nav. Sound

The only way to switch to another application is press ALT-Tab repeatedly, which is very inconvenient.
Is there any way to configure Q-DIR so that it is NOT always-on-top, like all other applications? There should be a new user configuration option: "Q-Dir is always on top".

I enjoy your Q-Dir much.
Please give the map size after the green maps and not only when they are opened.

I cannot manage to drag and drop
One question: I cannot manage to drag and drop between the differtent windows of Q-dir, like in the ordinairy explorer of windows.

How can I change the font used in the program?
Is it possible to disable bolded text when a directory/file is selected?

Add a keyboard shortcut or icon to maximize the current working directory.
Strengthen the functionality of "Export." Q-dir can export the files and folders information, but It couldn't export the file information for the files in a sub folder.

Default file handler instead of explorer, so that it would take over when you doubleclick on a folder or choose Explore from a (rightclick) menu.
However I'm having a little problem these last few days: when I start it up in 4-window layout I only see one window; the other three are hidden and I have to resize all four in order to make all four visible.

I'm using 1900x1200 resolution
I'm using 1900x1200 resolution in my monitor, the Q-Dir default UI font size display too small, Can I change the font size?

I was wondering if you had plans to add and ftp client into it?
I was wondering if you had plans to add and ftp client into it?


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