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Developer's Corner / Re: Article Convinces Me To Move To vi(m)
« on: October 12, 2009, 03:15 PM »
Has anyone tried this one?
Might be a bit late, but:
Yep. And I love it. Never ever have to start that sluggish eclipse crap again since its functionality is integrated into my beloved Vim now.  :-*

However TC's folder tree implementation is still a bit, ehm ... weird. Using the second (respectively first) panel as a folder tree doesn't fit my definition of a separate folder tree..

General Software Discussion / Re: What's your preferred File Manager
« on: October 02, 2009, 03:25 PM »
I would actually vote Directory Opus, but no lifetime license with this price is a no-go for me.

So currently I basically use two file managers:
1) CubicExplorer, still in first steps of development but already fast and stable with a bunch of useful extra features. And it is free.
2) xplorer², the fastest FM on the "market". Using your regedit skills, you can also assign My Computer to it, although the developer doesn't really support this ...

Alternative:  Nomad.NET is very feature-rich (and free), too, but the major con is that it is developed in C#, so it's sluggish and hogs resources. A pity, really...

As I recently stumbled upon this thread:
The major reason for me not to use TC is the lack of a single-pane mode. I tend to do a bunch of file operations within the same directory. The second pane is a waste of space for me.

Ah... I misunderstood your question. Sorry. :(

Well, I gave up on Tray Wizard.
Ever tried RBTray?

Uhm... I found a bug in Gonein60s regarding Notepad++:

I open the application ...

... send it to the tray ...

... and the application's toolbar disappears!

But why?

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