This bug has been seen on several previous versions too (I've just never reported it before).
I'm using Windows 10.
I'm using the Commander interface.
Steps to duplicate the bug:
1. open a remote directory that has a long list of files (long enough the gui can't show them all)
2. upload a file that will appear below the fold (e.g. if the last file you can see in the remote location is named "main.db" you must upload a file that will appear below that file -- a file named "zzz.db" would do fine for testing purposes)
3. scroll down to the newly uploaded file and double-click to open it
4. the wrong file will open
5. to see this bug in a different manner, scroll down to the newly uploaded file and single-click on it -- the gui will instantly scroll up all by itself.
6. the bug will NOT repeat itself on the same file -- to see the bug both ways you must upload 2 files.
I receive no error messages.
No errors are being logged.
The whole bug is just the gui auto-scrolling up if you single-click and opening the wrong file if you double-click...but the bug only shows the first time you access a newly uploaded file that you have to scroll down to click.
Also, this might be useful info. This is my "work around" for the bug:
1. upload a file
2. BEFORE scrolling down to it, single-click ANY file that the gui is showing.
3. now when you scroll down, both single and double clicks work as expected.
Maybe I should call it an aggravation instead of a bug :)