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|#10926||fixed||"Filename filters" menu item name outdated|
View > Filename filters should be changed to View > Directory listing filters, to match changes to the functionality (this is the title of the dialog box that appears).
|#10927||fixed||Cannot filter on file attributes|
It is not possible to filter files based on their attributes.
View > Filename filters Edit filter rules Select "Useless Explorer files" Click the "+" to add a new condition Change the first dropdown from Filename to Attribute Click on any other filter on the left (e.g. CVS and SVN directories) Click on Useless Explorer files again
Expected behaviour: as expected Actual behaviour: the new attributes condition has disappeared
View > Filename filters Edit filter rules New Give the rule a name, e.g. "Hidden directories" Change the first dropdown from Filename to Attribute Click OK Edit filter rules Select the new rule
Expected behaviour: as expected Actual behaviour: the new attributes condition shows as a Filename condition with no name (presumably the program thinks that the rule is completely empty)
Attempting to set an Attributes condition does not work at all.
Setting the conditions by manually editing filters.xml works, and so long as you don't edit that filter, you can edit other filters and retain the settings. You just have to experiment for a while to get the correct numeric properties :)
|#10981||wontfix||Remote drag and drop does not set icon position|
When dragging a file from the remote pane to the desktop, the position of the icon of the file being copied should be set according to the location of the mouse cursor at the point that the mouse button was released.
Instead, the icon is simply placed into the next available position automatically by Explorer.
Note that this does not happen when dragging a file from the local pane to the desktop: this does place the icon exactly where it was dropped. Only the remote pane is affected.
As an example, imagine you have two displays, with display 1 as the primary, and FileZilla on this display. Should you drag one local file and one remote file to display 2, the local file will be deposited exactly where you dropped it, but the remote file will be placed automatically by Explorer and will be behind the FileZilla window, somewhere amongst your other icons.
This did affect XP (some old version of FileZilla), and it's still present in the latest FileZilla 64-bit in Windows 10 (3.21.0).