I have the following: WinSCP opened in a directory in which a logging program is running that continously logs something to a file "file1.log". There is another file "file.txt". There are 2 situations that I observed:
1) On Windows2000 - pressing Ctrl-R refreshes the directory content, i.e. the size and time of "file1.log" which is continously changing. If I select the "file.txt", press F2 and enter a new name, an error window containing "Invalid access to memory" message appears.
2) On WindowsXP - pressing Ctrl-R is not necessary because WinSCP refreshes the directory content itself (every about 1 second ?). Selecting the "file.txt" and pressing F2 key allows to rename the file, but when new refresh period passes, the renaming is interrupted.
1) What with the error in point 1 ?
2) Is there an option to set auto-refreshing directory content in WinSCP ? I was looking for this but I did not managed to find it.