build 1970 - new UI, part IV

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JayB
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Re: build 1970 - new UI, part IV

Post by JayB » Wed Feb 01, 2017 12:44 am

Just noticed another crash: when navigating into a mounted volume, and after ejecting it (CMD-E), Nimble Commander shows some kind of a fake root folder. When I then try to navigate up (..), NC crashes, which is not surprising, because there is no parent folder. ;) But it shouldn't crash imho. No problem when doing ALT-CMD-5 for "Back".

Maybe NC, after ejecting a volume, should automatically navigate back to the previous directory, from which the volume was accessed.

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Re: build 1970 - new UI, part IV

Post by mike » Wed Feb 01, 2017 5:07 am

warpkanal wrote:
Mon Jan 30, 2017 7:51 pm
Short question: what's the purpose of reloading the current panel if not to trigger a refresh of the underlying VFS?
Ok, I'm inconsistent here.
FTP VFS is the only one which uses that speculative caching, loading data from any other VFS causes it to talk directly to it's data provider every time.

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Re: build 1970 - new UI, part IV

Post by mike » Wed Feb 01, 2017 5:10 am

d0ublezer0 wrote:
Tue Jan 31, 2017 6:40 pm
it absolutely does not irritate me.
it does not allow me to work normally))
I often upload files to the server, and then verifies them in the GUI.
if I already deleted the files from the administrative panel, I do not see any changes on the server, and do not understand the real state.

by the way, total commander has ability to reload current location
Ok, I've got your point.
I'll add this cache discarding today and pressing cmd+r will trigger it, will be available in next preview.

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Re: build 1970 - new UI, part IV

Post by d0ublezer0 » Thu Jun 15, 2017 5:00 pm

So, again: how about quick view CSS files by spacebar?
.php, .txt, .js, .xml - no problems:
Image

but .css:
Image

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Re: build 1970 - new UI, part IV

Post by d0ublezer0 » Thu Jun 15, 2017 6:02 pm

Hmmm, it seems, this is the problem of Mac OS itself.

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Re: build 1970 - new UI, part IV

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