Deleting files moves to the last file, not the next.

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Deleting files moves to the last file, not the next.

Post by loth _ » Thu Aug 11, 2005 1:50 am

hi all,

i got some interesting phenomen here:

[ ] go to next image when deleting current.
if i delete a file with DEL in the viewer, the file is deleted, but nothing happens with the file which is shown. if i press DEL again (because i think, that nothing happened) xnview says, that the file cannot be deleted. (which is because i deleted it already, i think)

so this seems not to be a bug, but is very confusing (me)





[x] go to next image when deleting current.
the previous file is displayed after i deleted the current picture in the viewer.

this seems to be a bug, but maybe i didnt find the other right switch on the options?

anyboy any suggestions?

loth

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Re: Deleting files moves to the last file, not the next.

Post by xnview » Tue Aug 16, 2005 11:47 am

loth _ wrote:hi all,

i got some interesting phenomen here:

[ ] go to next image when deleting current.
if i delete a file with DEL in the viewer, the file is deleted, but nothing happens with the file which is shown. if i press DEL again (because i think, that nothing happened) xnview says, that the file cannot be deleted. (which is because i deleted it already, i think)

so this seems not to be a bug, but is very confusing (me)


[x] go to next image when deleting current.
the previous file is displayed after i deleted the current picture in the viewer.

this seems to be a bug, but maybe i didnt find the other right switch on the options?

anyboy any suggestions?
Ok, only when you are in fullscreen, right?
Pierre.

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Re: Deleting files moves to the last file, not the next.

Post by loth » Fri Aug 19, 2005 11:34 pm

xnview wrote: Ok, only when you are in fullscreen, right?
yes.
loth

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