NotContentIndexed attribute: Bug when renaming file and folder

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NotContentIndexed attribute: Bug when renaming file and folder

Post by *liamZ » 2019-06-05, 18:54 UTC

I found this behaviour on Windows 10 and 7 with Total Commander 9.22a:

Changing the name of a file or a folder with the NotContentIndexed attribute enabled within TotalCommander removes the NotContentIndexed attribute.
Changing the name with windows explorer does not reset the attribute.

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Re: NotContentIndexed Bug when renaming file and folder

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-06-06, 10:32 UTC

This probably happens because TC sets the "archive" attribute when renaming. Try setting
SetArchiveBitOnRename=0
in wincmd.ini under [Configuration].

Strangely, other attributes like "compressed" don't seem to be affected...
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Re: NotContentIndexed Bug when renaming file and folder

Post by *liamZ » 2019-06-06, 12:28 UTC

Hi. I tried SetArchiveBitOnRename=0 but does not work for me.

I also noticed that moving a file/folder to a new folder (that has NotContentIndexed=1) in the same drive also resets the index attribute. But moving to another drive works fine.

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Re: NotContentIndexed Bug when renaming file and folder

Post by *misvin » 2019-06-10, 18:54 UTC

The problem exists only if I rename a file using Shift+F6 or Right-Click => Rename.
If I select Right-Click => Properties => General Tab and change the filename in text box, then NonContentIndex checkbox (in Advanced Attributes) is left empty.

TC 9.22a, Windows 8.1 (32-bit)

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Re: NotContentIndexed attribute: Bug when renaming file and folder

Post by *petermad » 2019-06-11, 08:52 UTC

If I select Right-Click => Properties => General Tab
Tha is because that is calling a Windows function - TC does not do this for you.
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Re: NotContentIndexed attribute: Bug when renaming file and folder

Post by *misvin » 2019-06-11, 09:13 UTC

It proves that Total Commander has a bug when users rename files using Shift+F6 or Right-Click => Rename.

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Re: NotContentIndexed attribute: Bug when renaming file and folder

Post by *Dalai » 2019-06-11, 13:43 UTC

I can confirm the behavior, but I didn't check if SetArchiveBitOnRename changes anything about it.

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Re: NotContentIndexed attribute: Bug when renaming file and folder

Post by *DrShark » 2019-11-16, 14:55 UTC

history950.txt wrote:20.06.19 Fixed: Preserve attribute "not content indexed" (Can be set via Properties - Advanced) when renaming files (32/64)
I can confirm this fix. Tested renaming the file with of NotContentIndexed attribute with Shift+F6 and MultiRenameTool in Total Commander 9.50 beta 5 on Vista 32-bit, the attribute is not lost in both cases.
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