A bug and a request...
I upgraded my RR with the last version and I found out a very strange bug... When I run MapMonkey, a piece of the right side of the screen of that program is "blank". The same thing happened before if I change the visual option of mapmonkey when it is embedded, but now the bug remains even if I reboot. I even tried to reinstall MM!
However, the bug is present only in the last 2-3 releases of Road Runner. If I use an older one (the one of 02-03-05, I believe) everithing goes right.
Furthermore, a request. I think that a good file manager embedded would be nice. I suggest to use total commander (http://www.ghisler.com) that can be configured to perform everything with a touch on a monitor. Even copy/move function have a button in the bottom of the sceen. Try it!
The problem is, it doesn't run embedded in RR :(
Can you fix it?
Thanks, as always :)
Something similar happen to me with older versions... what I did to fix it was simply exit RR, run the rrconfig utility andd then re-enter RR, that seemed to do the trick. give it a go, hopefully it works
So may be a wrong "setting.ini"? I tried to do the same thing you suggest but it wasn't fixed. I'll try to recreate a new ini file. Tnx!
I've seen this issue with MM starting with a "blank" side, I'm trying to solve this.. this happens because of the new border removal function added.. make sure you do not have MM trying to "RESTORE" it's window position...
On your request: You just had to find the Window Title and/or Window Class Name for Total Commander.. there are several posts about using WinspectorSpy for this..
Use this as your Launch INI setting:
BTW, this is a very poor choice for file browsing.. shareware, non-touchscreen friendly etc... given the time I'd build a little touchscreen app for this purpose...
Ok it works!
However, you're right, it's shareware but it is highly customizable. For example, look at this screenshot:
I think it's pretty comfortable with touchscreen, and you can do almost everything with your finger :)
Looks allright now (it was horrible when I installed it to test)...
When you first install TotalCommander it looks terrible :D
However, it is very configurable and powerful and you can modify almost everything you want. Furthermore, the author is very kind and ready to satisfy requests of his program users!!