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OldNewExplorer 1.1.9


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I don't really know if i should do that on Windows 10,

I know it work on 8.1 but i get to Windows 10 just TODAY, 

So, will it work ?:}

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Any plans for adding the option to increase/decrease the navigation pane in explorer?

 

I know Open-Shell supports this, but when used it kind scrunches up the navigation pane. In windows 10, the height is different than windows7/8

(the image with the thumbtacks is windows 10 while the one on the right with "skydrive, recent places" is windows 8 (for comparison)

 

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Hi. Would it be possible to publish the source code? Since it can change the navigation bar buttons, it could be put changing more than only those! With OldNewExplorer, I can have the Windows 7 buttons style without any custom MSStyles that might break (again) the computer! And that's amazing, so thank you already for that (I had to use ResourceHacker to change the buttons).

But could you please share the source? Would be very cool!

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I think the comments were deleted, but I'll still comment them --> if you're seeing this, the developer has a warning mate ;-). You should have tried it in a virtual machine first or something.

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Doesn't even say Windows 10 there. We are lucky it works on it. Doesn't work on yours for some reason (works with me on an older build, at least), but no need to offend who warned you, unless you didn't read and that's on you, not the developer.... If it had broke my computer too, I'd get p***ed with ME for not having tested it first in a virtual machine. Not with the one who made this, which as a start gave a warning it might be dangerous...

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I'm running Windows 10 x64 Enterprise 20H2 with ONE 1.1.9 and I don't know if this is a bug or just my system.

I have the option "Hide Up (go to parent folder) button" checked. This works perfectly in Windows File Explorer, that up-arrow is not visible. However, when I open an application, e.g Winrar and chooses to open or save a file which causes the Open/Save dialog to pop up, that arrow is suddenly visible.

If I then close the Open/Save dialog but keep Winrar running and opens the Open/Save dialog for a second time, the arrow is now gone. If I close Winrar and repeat the process from the beginning, the arrow is there yet again. For some reason it's being displayed only the first time you open the Open/Save dialog in an application, but not second time.

It's not the biggest issue in the world but I would like to fix it if I can. Has anyone experienced anything similar?

 

 

 

 

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Hello,

Is it possible to change the "One Level Up" (in File Explorer, next to the Back/Forward buttons) 16x16 image to a 32x32 one?

Thank you.

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OldNewExplorer is currently broken in the new Windows 11 Insider Preview now, the new OS removed the old ribbon and replaced with UWP-styled options.

 

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10 hours ago, DungCS said:

OldNewExplorer is currently broken in the new Windows 11 Insider Preview now, the new OS removed the old ribbon and replaced with UWP-styled options.

 

Thank you! You just spared me of trying then xD. I'll just remain on 10 until 2029 then. After that I'll think a bit more. I was thinking in trying 11, but if too many tools I use to get 7's appearance on 11 stop working on it, I might remain on 10.

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