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On Sunday 23 September 2007 21:22, Zurd wrote:
> I added the option Remember last directory and I added the status bar in
> revision 176.
> If it's working for everyone, let's make a new release next week.
Hi, it's working fine for me.
.""`. Marvin Stark <marv@...>
: :" : Homepage: http://www.der-marv.de
`- Debian - when you have better things to do than fix a system
The status bar is even more useful than I thought it
would be. For example, to move a recurring prefix from
the beginning of a range of files, to the end of the
filename, requires two steps (insert at -4 first, then
delete from front second). Having the status bar give
you the number of files selected helps ensure you
don't miss any on the second pass.
Remember last directory works fine. Thanks for that
one. (Stupid user department: I thought it wasn't
working until I realized I had customized the launch
icon to open in a specified directory. Doh!)
I operated on several small batches in half a dozen
directories and didn't find anything wrong, so a
release seems warranted. If there is anything in
particular you would like tested, please explain and I
will do my best with it.
--- Zurd <zurd3@...> wrote:
> I added the option Remember last directory and I
> added the status bar in revision 176.
> If it's working for everyone, let's make a new
> release next week.
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