Version 0.91: http://www.pepak.net/files/far/dirsync3-0.91.zip
- Fixed incorrect display of the progress window in case a warning or confirmation had to be displayed.
- If the "change the operation to overwrite left/right file" was used on a block, the current line was moved to the very top of the screen, which made it rather inconvenient in the common case where the current line was under the block - the user had to scroll to visually verify that the operation really was changed. Now the current line will be the sixth from the top, providing a quick peek at last lines of the block.
- It is now possible to return from the synchronization dialog to the synchronization editor using the appropriate button.
- New menu item "Show file information" in the synchronization editor's menu will show some details about the left and the right file. Keyboard shortcut is CTRL+F3.
I'll keep using it for a few weeks more, but it is almost getting ready to be called "stable".
If someone could shed some light into why the editor's hotkeys (ALT+F1 etc.) aren't working in FAR2, I would appreciate it. As far as I can tell, the problem is that in FAR2, my ProceddEditorInputW receives nonsensical keyboard events: The bKeyDown is correct, as is the dwControlKeyState, but wVirtualKeyCode receives some value for Left Alt pressed (incorrect - 56, I think), but zero for LEFT ALT+F1. The wVirtualScanCode is also incorrect. I couldn't find a reason why, so I disabled the support in FAR2 for now. One can always define a macro for this functionality.