Installed the last 12.17 versionI I found an unpleasant issue. When I do someting changing the content of the lister (renaming a file or a folder), deleting etc. I can't see the changed content at once. To see it I should go into another folder and then get back to the original one.
When I delete a file I can see it here still alive.
When I rename a file it is duplicated. I can see both old and new renamed one.
Only manually going forth and back I can see the actual content.
Updating to beta 4 can't help.
Please fix it.
Hmmm... I thought all my activities were recorded to the log so I'm not sure the actual file names I renamed. They should be in Downloads follder: C:\Users\Fokin-EvgA\Downloads
That's all I remember.
Ok, I will try with Process Monitor and be back soon.
Thanks for the log! But I still don't know what to look for in it. Which actions did you do while making the Process Monitor log that I should look for?
I had a look in both the old and new log for items related to the Downloads folder, and it looks like events are coming through OK for that folder, but the only events in that folder (both according to Opus and Process Monitor) while either log was being taken were to do with Process Monitor and Debug View themselves.
It might be best to start again:
Start both programs logging.
Rename (etc.) some files and make a note of which ones.
Save the logs.
Send us the new logs and details of the files that were modified.
Got a similar issue after updating to v12.17.4 from beta .3, in my case the lister was not refreshing while performing CRT+X/V on files to another lister, i had to use F5 to update the lister.
Killing Dopus.exe/dopust.exe and starting the app again solved the issue (no reboot needed).
Maybe you're right but this problem occurs only in Dopus.
Windows Explorer and Total Commander have no this issue.
Why the info isn't being sent to Dopus but is being sent to Total Commander? It's a bit strange.
Unfotrunately I can't turn off Kaspersky.
But maybe you can do some things to receive this info from OS as Total Commander does.