The focus isn't being lost. The dotted line represents the focus. If you see the dotted line then that means the window will respond to the keyboard; in order words the window has the focus.
There's a difference between focus and selection.
(Technically, the selection is not being lost either because the item below the one that was moved was not selected to start with. After moving the selected item there is no longer a selection to lose.)
If you want to select the item that has the focus then you just need to push the space bar.
I remember, a while ago, someone wrote a button which cycled through different drive letters. I can't find the thread at the moment though. I think it used a short DOS batch file, or maybe VBScript, to work out which drive to go to based on the current path that Opus told it.
This thread is a good example of why it isn't a good idea to ask unrelated questions in the same thread. From the FAQs: Ask one question per thread.[/li][/ul]
That was me Leo. It worked a little differently however in that it cycled through the first level subfolders of whatever the drive or directory was in the active lister. I don't think that's what DryRiverBed was looking for however.
I remember, a while ago, someone wrote a button which cycled through different drive letters. I can't find the thread at the moment though. I think it used a short DOS batch file, or maybe VBScript, to work out which drive to go to based on the current path that Opus told it.[/quote]I think this is the one
Is it the same as saying of Mr. JohnZeman?[/quote]No! I think it is not the same thing.. I guess he is saying about this
[quote="DryRiverBed"]Is this link a toggle button of two drives and ?
I want to switch about five HDD drives By sequentially change. [/quote]Yes! The code mentioned in it toggles between 2 drives only.. it toggles retaining the entire path (useful, when you have two drives with similar folder structure ..in case of backup drives)
But, it can be used at the root directory too, like in your requirement (but only 2 drives)
[quote="DryRiverBed"]At first glance,it looks very difficult for not well informed man about the personal computer.
I will try though I don't understand at all at present.
Anyway, I'll try. Thank you.[/quote]That's fine.. the code requires some modification to exactly meet your requirement.
I too, am very new to this coding stuff. But, I think I can pull this out, somehow
Just let me know the exact drive letters you would like the button to toggle (cycle?!!) through