aarggh. New toolbars/menus!

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Jolyon
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aarggh. New toolbars/menus!

Maybe i'm missing something obvious, but how do I STOP it allowing me to drag the toolbars and menu around in the new release? (ie a Lock Toolbars/Menu). Because it's really annoying me that whenever I now go to try to drag the window around, there's a 50% chance I'll miss and drag the menu bar off and deposit it on the desktop.

Or maybe can we turn these new silly menus off and go back to the old ones please? :-)

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Re: aarggh. New toolbars/menus!

I'll add an option to turn lock the toolbars.
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toolbars move

I am not sure if this is a bug, or if I am doing something wrong. Here is what happens:

I open WinSCP to a site, using the dual-pane mode (aka Norton mode). Above each pane are toolbar buttons: back, forward, up, refresh, and so on.

On the left (local) pane, the back and forward buttons are on one row, and the rest of the buttons are in a second row beneath them. In the right hand pane, all buttons are on one row.

I drag the buttons above the left (local) pane, and put all of the buttons on one row. However, when I quit WinSCP, and then re-start it, the buttons are again on two rows.

How do I get WinSCP to remember where I have placed the buttons?

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Re: toolbars move

Hello Brandon :-)

bblackmoor wrote:

I drag the buttons above the left (local) pane, and put all of the buttons on one row. However, when I quit WinSCP, and then re-start it, the buttons are again on two rows.
This is known bug and it is fixed already. The fix will be included in the next release. It occurs only if you are using INI file to store your configuration.
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