I'm having a problem since a couple of Opus versions.
My OS is Windows 7 64-bit. I'm using the program in explorer replacement mode w- the recommended folder setting. When i try to go to the folder Computer, Opus hangs and is not responding anymore. I need to kill it w- the task manager.
Why is this happening? Is there a workaround? Computer is an important folder where i can see the drives, available space etc. But it's not possible at the moment with DOpus.
Anything unusual like items for things which are not standard disks?
The cause of the crash may be a shell extension. You can use ShellExView to see which shell extensions are installed on your system and try disabling them temporarily to see if it helps. Concentrate on the non-Microsoft ones.
OK, it's one of the DOpus shell extensions, that's causing the crash. I'll have to test each one of them. If you read this, Leo, in the meantime, maybe you can suggest wich one could be the culprit. Otherwise, report follows soon.
System.off is included in the settings backup. Opus is meant to drop the file if it detects it's for a different version of Windows but maybe that check isn't working here or something else is going wrong.
The file should compress well as it's a big load of XML data.
I think i first installed DOpus on Vista32, then i moved back to XP, then again to Vista32, then again to XP. Finally i'm happy with Win7. So the backup'd System.off could be a mix of XP/Vista. Not your usual scenario, i guess...
I had the same problem. Navigating to any system folder (My Computer, Recycle Bin, Network) would hang Opus for about 10 seconds. After reading this thread, I renamed the system.off file and that cleared it up. The old one was about 1.7 MB, but the recreated one is just a few kB. I'm also using Windows 7 x64.