Focus+Click on Close when the temporary file can be deleted!

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Focus+Click on Close when the temporary file can be deleted!

Post by *Damel » 2016-12-15, 14:58 UTC

Hi, if file inside archive (eg. *.html) is opened, then associated program is launched (eg. Firefox). Nothing else happend. But if this file is opened 2nd time, then popup window appears: "Click on Close when the temporary file can be deleted!" and there is not way, how to reach this popup by keyboard. Nor ALT+TAB, nor WIN+TAB, nor closing the program (Firefox)... Sometimes is focus strangely under this popup inside TC.
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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2016-12-15, 15:07 UTC

???
The popup should have the focus as a normal progress dialog.
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Post by *Damel » 2016-12-15, 15:37 UTC

Yes, right! But has not.
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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2017-10-02, 09:03 UTC

Unfortunately I couldn't reproduce this error, so I couldn't fix it in 9.10. Can anyone else reproduce this problem? If yes, which Windows version and TC version?
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Post by *Damel » 2017-10-04, 17:23 UTC

I can't reproduce this error now on 9.10ß3 (Windows 7 x64), but it was reported from Windows 10 x64.
Can anybody reproduce this behavior on Windows 10 x64?
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1. format C:
2. install TotalCmd
3. install Windows (optionally)

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