On Sat, 14 Jul 2007 11:09:16 +1000 <tpgww@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > > 4) Tree view has many bugs. > And now I see them: > - if you don't have permission to read a directory, it should show without > any descendants, instead of being omitted altogether (now fixed) > - bad additions to the treeview widget, when scanning down a level (now > fixed, I think) > - some small bads in the text messages printed when a directory can't be > opened (now fixed, but also, see below about warnings) Yes, now that problems are solved. But one still exists: Hidden dirs are not shown. I go into some dir, that contains hidden dirs. Emelfm2 puts all hidden dirs in the first non-hidden dir in current subtree. http://alxorlov.pochta.ru/emelfm2/screen6.png illustrates this. In addition emel multiplyes that hidden directories. In the screenshot: .cache have 4 subdirs, so there is 4 clones of .cache; .config has 7 subdirs; .dbus has 1 subdir, and so on. When hidden directories are toggled to be shown, everytnig is all right. > As to the error-beeps, I think that in these "tree" views, there does not > need to be a warning message about dirs not opened, because "problem" dirs > show in red text (or whatever color is set is for error messages). I've > removed the warnings. Yeah, this is what I was talking about. Thank you. Now I have found another couple of bugs. plugin:unpack action is not working now. When I try to unpack package with it, emel2 takes me into /tmp/1000-emelfm2-unpack.tmp dir, but the dir remains empty. No error or warning messages are printed. Just nothing happens. Trying to print file hangs emel2. I have no printers. CUPS server is installed, but not running now. So, when I view file, and try to print it, view-dialog just turns blank, and hangs forever. When I start CUPS server then printing goes OK. Another one problem. I am using evince for view pdf's, but it has no --preview option. So when I try to preview document it just print error message and shows nothing. Many thanks for fast responses. I hope, I don't bother you with my requests. :) -- Alexander Orlov -- Users can unsubscribe from the list by sending email to emelfm2-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the subject field or by logging into the web interface.