Option to turn off auto-focus in listview when mouse hovers over window. Otherwise when moving mouse out of the way, hotkeys act on wrong pane.
thank you for responding.
I have seen this option, but as I said, I have my standard Explorer
configured the same as my web browser, so I only need to click once to run a
This is normally not a problem, and I am also too used to this behavior to
turn it off globally.
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This feature however causes a 'problem' in only one situation in Q-Dir
that is when using a One4all Treeview.
In this configuration hover always activates the panes my mouse crosses over
when I want to select a different folder in the treeview, no matter what I
do with the mousewheeel focus setting. I assume that this setting is the
same as the OS setting, but only effective in Q-Dir
, so de-activating the
setting does nothing for me as the system is already configured to do so
So, if I understood you correctly, on a system which requires double-click
to run a program, activating this setting in Q-Dir does locally for Q-Dir
what the same setting in Explorer does.
If this is true, then to be a complete and consistent feature, turning off
the setting Q-Dir should also disable the effect of the same Explorer
feature (but only within Q-Dir). If this is what is supposed to happen, then
I can only say it is not working on my system.
Hopefully I have been able to explain the circumstances in which this is
problematic. If things are still not clear, do not hesitate to ask for more
PS. I assume you are using a template for email replies :)
Don't ever feel the need to apologize to me for delayed responses ;-)
The fact you do respond weighs much more in my book than the speed with
which the response occurs. A lot of times developers don't even respond at
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