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Testing build #113

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Offline rejetto

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download at www.dovedove.it/hfs/hfs113.exe

what's new
+ smarter saving prompting
- lines hiding only for Vista 
- anti-leeching was not working in real folders
- virtual file inside real folders made wrong counters
- real folder counters broken in #112
- "communication error" recently appeared


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Lines in the virtual file system do not appear at all now with older operating system used on my
server computer.
 As for Vista, the two computers I run are set to classic mode anyway, so I'd perfer the lines
put back in Vista, also. Much quicker/easier to see structure.
http://www.rejetto.com/forum/index.php?topic=4605.msg1024716#msg1024716


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what's new
- lines hiding only for Vista 

Broken.  Lines don't show up at all now for WinXP Pro SP2.  Can't open or see subfolders in HFS Virtual File System gui.

what's new
- virtual file inside real folders made wrong counters
- real folder counters broken in #112

The counters appear to be fixed. :)
« Last Edit: July 09, 2007, 07:04:42 AM by maverick »
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Lines in the virtual file system do not appear at all now with older operating system used on my
server computer.
 As for Vista, the two computers I run are set to classic mode anyway, so I'd perfer the lines
put back in Vista, also. Much quicker/easier to see structure.
http://www.rejetto.com/forum/index.php?topic=4605.msg1024716#msg1024716

Vista on Windows Standard, Classic and Vista Basic GUI also hides the lines by default.

Can you give us the option rejetto? to turn it on or off, even in a older OS? of course the default for vista will be hide cause thats just the way it is... and the default for any other OS is show.


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I'd prefer not to have this kind of trivial feature as an option. At least not in the menu, maybe by editing ini or registry you could force it. But normally it should be automatic...if Vista, then hide the lines, else don't hide. Simple. 8)


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let stop this madness
I agree...just put the lines back and leave it at that.  ;D