Topic "Bug with synchronized browsing in 4.2.5"

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Hi there,

after upgrading 4.2.4b to 4.2.5 the synchronized browsing (Commander GUI) became buggy:

I load a saved session, then I enable synchronized browsing (CTRL+ALT+B). Local and remote there is the same directory (e.g. "fileadmin"). When I change into it from local, I get an error message, that the directory some/path/etc/ does not exist on the remote server, where the displayed path contains the *local* path. When I change into the directory on the remote side, everything works fine. The bug does only occur directly after loading a session (after sucessfully changing directories on the remote side, the error never shows up for that session).

Downgrading solved the problem.

I am using Windows 7.

Another non-related issue is, that the windows installer should demand admin rights (in Win7 there should come a popup that prompts you for the admin password when you are a normal user).

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I believe this was fixed already. The fix will be included into the next release.
Martin Prikryl

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