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Directory Opus 11.5.2 (beta)


Directory Opus 11.5.2 (beta) is now available for all Opus 11 users.

This is a preliminary, beta release. Translations may not be fully up-to-date and some English text may appear in non-English versions.

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[ul][li]Scripting changes:[ul][li]Added the ScriptColumn.grouporder property to allow scripts to control a column’s group order.[/li]
[li]Script column handlers can now return the data for multiple columns simultaneously if desired, by setting the ScriptColumn.multicol property.[/li]
[li]Script columns can now specify a different string for the column header to the label shown in column lists (via ScriptColumn.header).[/li]
[li]Script columns can now set the ScriptColumn.namerefresh flag if they want to be refreshed when the name of a file changes (as opposed to its contents, which is what autorefresh does).[/li]
[li]Script date/time columns are now properly justified like other date/time columns are, and now group like other date fields.[/li]
[li]Script date/time columns no longer display a default date if the column is left empty.[/li]
[li]Script columns would occasionally show a very quick flash of 0 before they were populated.[/li]
[li]The Dialog object would always include a string field even if the user had not requested it.[/li]
[li]Script columns can now be added to the Computer view.[/li]
[li]Added a new Date object that provides an alternate way to handle dates and times. It converts automatically to VT_DATE and so should act as a drop-in replacement. The Item object now returns Date objects for its various date fields rather than VT_DATE. The DOpus.NewDate method can be used to create a new Date object.[/li]
[li]The FileSize object has new Add, Sub, Compare and Clone methods.[/li][/ul]
[/li][li]Added the Set HIDEEXT and Set AUTOSIZE commands to allow control of the Hide file extensions and Autosize Columns options.
[/li][li]Drop-down menus that show lists of columns now divide script columns into sub-menus based on the script they came from (for scripts that add more than one column).
[/li][li]The Set SORTBY command now lets you sort on multiple columns where one or more come from a script.
[/li][li]Set COLUMNSTOGGLE and similar commands did not support setting the position/width of a script column when adding it to the file display.
[/li][li]Fixed crash in brainchild (Advanced Function/Script editor) if you did two sequential “search & replace within selection” operations.[/li][/ul]

Directory Opus 11.6