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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0003452PluginsArclitepublic2017-10-30 21:52
ReporterGGLapkizzzAssigned To 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
Status newResolutionopen 
Platformx64OSWindowsOS Version7
Product Version3.0 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0003452: Shift-F2 should open "Extract files" dialog disregarding the type of second panel
DescriptionShift-F2 behavior depends on type of second panel.
If another panel is a plugin panel too, Shift-F2 opens "Copy" dialog instead of "Extract files". In this case you have to qualify complete path to extract the archive in place. Ie. generally when I open archive, select file, press Shift-F2, Space and Enter - the file is extracted to the path the archive is located. If second panel is a plugin panel, Shift-F2 opens "Copy" dialog with corresponding prefix. Pressing Space and Enter leads to "Incorrect target list" warning. It looks inconsistent. If I'd want to copy file to plugin panel, I'd explicitly press F5, but Shift-F2 behaves differently depending on type of second panel.
Steps To ReproduceScenario 1:
Prerequisite: second panel is a file panel.
Repro steps: open archive, select a file, press Shift-F2 ("Extract files" dialog opens), press Space and Enter.
Outcome: the file is extracted to the path the archive is located.

Scenario 2:
Prerequisite: second panel is a plugin panel.
Repro steps: open archive, select a file, press Shift-F2 ("Copy" dialog with corresponding plugin prefix opens), press Space and Enter.
Outcome: "Incorrect target list" warning.

Shift-F2 behaves differently depending on type of second panel.
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JohnDoe

2017-10-30 21:52

updater   bugnote:0015771

May be you can use dot instead of space

P.S.
And really, changing destination when Copy to plugin panel may lead to weird results..
I think it should be the subject of deparate issue.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2017-07-05 12:12 GGLapkizzz New Issue
2017-10-30 21:52 JohnDoe Note Added: 0015771