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Subject: Re: Flash Rename, something to improve?

Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 20:57:41 +0200

Hej Marco,

Tyvärr är det inte så mycket jag kan göra åt detta. Fönstret som man använder för att välja katalog tillhör systemet. Det är alltså Microsoft som har programmerat hur detta beter sig, och det är inget jag kan ändra på.

// Dan

----- Original Message -----
From: c
To: *****@*****
Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2006 7:51 PM
Subject: Flash Rename, something to improve?


I've been using Flash Renamerfor years to rennumber my thousands and thousands of pictures so a big thanks to you guys since you saved me hundred of hours!!!

There is one thing that iliked you to improve thoug. When I choose a folder to rename I scroll to the folder I'm working with and I prefer to have some space to the next folder as you
can see in the fist picture.

But when I return to this window next time to choose a new folder (the following) the folder I chose previously has jumped back down again
as shown below.

Could you please make it stay as I like to have it so I dont have to scroll back an forth as much as I have to do today??


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