xnview wrote:So the problem is if now you want to paste in this folder and not subfolder, you need to deselect it.
Yes, but why the file should be pasted to the subfolder? It's a new option? It's not a standard behavior and it's even danger feature IMHO. Is it possible to disable this feature?? Again - I think it should be disabled by default, or removed completely.
If anyone wants such a feature, perhaps another menu items/shortcut should be added, e.g.:
- context menu and menu item "Paste to selected subfolder"
- and keyboard shortcut for "Paste to selected subfolder"
I'll try to explain it again. When you select the image, press Ctrl+X to cut, then go to another folder, up for example, then press Ctrl+V to paste to the new folder, the image is pasted to the selected subfolder, not to the current folder - as in explorer and all programs I know.
xnview wrote:Go to a folder with subfolder, enter in a subfolder (thumb view) with double click or enter, click on '..' or up, and the previous subfolder is now selected.
It's a very old behavior needed by all old users of ACDsee.
This is a standard behavior of all file managers I know too - and also explorer (at least in Windows Vista) and it's very useful.