Nicolas wrote:Regarding your icon problem: it's actually normal. We've discovered that with Windows, displaying the icon would often result in anyone dialog boxes - typically, if you've got a floppy reader with no floppy, some boxes would try to access it, lock muCommander for a few seconds and then display a 'drive not found' error message.
We've disabled icons until we can find a good workaround for that problem, *if* such a workaround exists.
Having the icons is not actually crucial though, is it? It looks nice, but it doesn't really impact muCommander's usability.
Nicolas wrote:As for the "add files that match an extension", you can already do that with the regular + shortcut. type *.gif and all the files with a gif extension will be matched.
First: this program is VERY USEFUL and I like it a lot
... especially for me - a "wanderer between the worlds (of windows and linux)".
I use the portable version on my USB-stick and it works just fine on both sides.
On linux the XML-files for the preferences are stored in my /home dir.
Windows uses the right ones in the .mucommander.
What have I done wrong
is it possible write the XML-files on both sides?
What can I do to fix it?
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