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Author Topic: Minor Bug - First character of relative location dropped  (Read 2789 times)

Jan-S

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Minor Bug - First character of relative location dropped
« on: February 02, 2006, 02:16:09 PM »
Hello!

Firstly I want to mention this is a really great idea and very well implemented. Will be a real timesaver for me as I'm too lazy to organize my start menu and am mostly using WIN+E to launch a new instance of Windows Explorer and navigate by keyboard to what I wanted to launch.

A small bug I've noticed in version 1.07.21 (sorry if it was mentioned before, I couldn't find it using the forum search):
When you add a search folder ending with a backslash, e.g. "D:\", and have 'Result Label Path' set to 'relative to search', the first character of the directories is always missing in the result list - e.g. I get a result "opera.exe" located in "pera" (instead of "Opera").
Suggested solution: Find and Run Robot should drop a trailing backslash when I'm adding a new search folder.

Best regards,
Jan Schlüter
Jan Schlüter, author of DoubleKiller and DoubleKiller Pro

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Re: Minor Bug - First character of relative location dropped
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2006, 02:20:45 PM »
nope, first time i've heard about it; thanks for the bug report jan.