some weeks ago on master (5142e628b563a9876e8884c5dd4914eff4a2f307) i've
merged 2 Windows-only DLLs, namely the contents of the "fop" library
into "fps": "fop" implements a native Windows folder picker, while
"fps" implements a native Windows file picker; now both file and folder
picker are implemented by "fps" library.
it would be great if somebody could test if both native folder and file
picker still work as they did before (e.g. compare with 3.5 branch) on
the various supported Windows releases.
Re: [CFT] Windows native file/folder picker (fop/fps)
On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 4:55 PM, Michael Stahl <[hidden email]> wrote:
> it would be great if somebody could test if both native folder and file
> picker still work as they did before (e.g. compare with 3.5 branch) on
> the various supported Windows releases.
Nor sure whether it is still an issue, but Windows users often had the
problem of not being able to safely remove a thumb/usb drive after
having opened (and closed of course) file from there.
IIRC it was because windows always flagged the last used folder as "in
use", the workaround was to open a file from the regular disk.