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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0003599||Far Manager||Keyboard||public||2018-04-19 01:04||2018-05-17 02:04|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0003599: Keyboard shortcut "Change to the root folder" Ctrl+\ stopped working|
|Description||Both the latest stable (5151) and the nightly (5193) are affected - this keyboar shortcut doesn't work anymore.|
|Steps To Reproduce||Go into any subfolder on any drive and press Ctrl+\ to get back to the root of that drive. Nothing happens.|
It works for me (Far 3.0.5188).
It may be some Far macro or even another application that intercept that key combination.
||More specifics: it works when you don't run FAR as local Administrator. It does NOT work when you run it as Administrator.|
> It does NOT work when you run it as Administrator.
I always run Far as Administrator.
||what keyboard layout is used by local administrator. in some layouts (uk for example) \-key is not \-symbol.|
Here is the video of me downloading the latest msi, installing on Win10, and running it with default config as a regular user and it works. Then running it 2 ways as an admin, and neither works. The local admin user has US kb layout, and I'm definitely seeing "\" when I hit that key, which can be seen in this video: https://www.dropbox.com/s/r9nzsrerxat6eg1/2018-04-26_16-16-22.mp4?dl=0
My UAC settings are default Win10.
What is a good way to troubleshoot this?
||I also tried toggling the "CtrlKeyShortcutsDisabled" setting in the properties, tried running in compatibility mode with Win7 and Win8, tried "use legacy mode" - nothing works as long as I run it as admin.|
||Any news on this?|
Run this code in commandline and press Ctrl+\
What key is reported?
Non-admin mode: CtrlBackSlash
Admin mode: nothing - the popup doesn't come up
||Figured it out: 1Password v7 for Windows is blocking Ctrl+\ for itself globally, to bring up its interface when you have an active web browser window open. If you have another window, it's simply blocking the Ctrl+\ and does nothing. The immediate solution is to reassign 1Password to use another shortcut key.|
|2018-04-19 01:04||azonin||New Issue|
|2018-04-19 01:04||azonin||Tag Attached: Ctrl+\ root|
|2018-04-19 02:06||shmuel||Note Added: 0016052|
|2018-04-19 02:59||azonin||Note Added: 0016053|
|2018-04-19 03:19||shmuel||Note Added: 0016054|
|2018-04-19 08:58||zg||Note Added: 0016055|
|2018-04-27 02:22||azonin||Note Added: 0016060|
|2018-04-27 02:55||azonin||Note Added: 0016061|
|2018-05-14 22:00||azonin||Note Added: 0016109|
|2018-05-15 10:18||JohnDoe||Note Added: 0016110|
|2018-05-17 01:54||azonin||Note Added: 0016117|
|2018-05-17 02:04||azonin||Note Added: 0016118|