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Author Topic: wrt v1.55.02 discussion  (Read 3381 times)

AbteriX

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wrt v1.55.02 discussion
« on: August 21, 2006, 12:46:24 AM »
Thank you for this new build.

1.)
> Better support for old fashioned folder nodes (click to open in file explorer)
How should this work? I didn't see any effect when i click on an folder from an menu?

2.)
With 1.55.02 the About dialog didn't appears anymore?
Starting the 1.54.02.exe i can access the About box.

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Re: wrt v1.55.02 discussion
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2006, 01:00:05 AM »
i messed up with 1.55.02 and the about box was disabled; it was fixed soon after with v 1.55.03.

old fashioned folder nodes:
if you create a COMMAND node (not folder contents), but instead of specifying a command, specify a folder.
(you can hold control key and click on folder button to browse for folder),
it will more properly choose name, hint, icon for the folder,
and now will open that folder when you click on that button.

the purpose here is when you want to have a button to open a folder using your normal file explorer.

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Re: wrt v1.55.02 discussion
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2006, 01:18:44 AM »
old fashioned folder nodes:
if you create a COMMAND node (not folder contents), but instead of specifying a command, specify a folder.
(you can hold control key and click on folder button to browse for folder)...
ok, i get it.. :up: see the attached pics...

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