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Some New Icons Request

Some New Icons Request

As a long time user of PD5 (PowerDesk) and for the last 3 years ExplorerPlus, I miss a few things when using Opus.

One of those is more icons such as

Single File Pane, Dual Pane Vertical, Dual Pane Horizontal, and Swap Panes.

They also have very nice Expand Branch and Collapse Branch icons.

The Pane icons are especially nice as I did not need to create Styles as I have to in Opus. True, Styles have more power to them but the Pane icons in ExplorerPlus were much easier and took up a LOT less space and got the job done.

I like a minimal amount of junk clogging up my screen and find icons take up a lot less space. I also like my menus, icons, and other items in one line across the top thereby providing the maximum amount of space for viewing files (after all, that is what a file manager is about is it not?).

Using more icons, and less Styles, allows me to achieve my goals of a single line as less space is taken up.

Any chance we can get these new icons?

Thanks;
Doc

Expand Branch and Collapse Branch icons:
You can create the buttons; take a look here:
HELP -> Contents -> Appendix -> Internal Commands Summary
Or online:
http://www.gpsoft.com.au/manual9/NetHelp/default.htm
And look here:
[url]Expand/Collapse Tree Button]
:wink:

Single File Pane, Dual Pane Vertical, Dual Pane Horizontal, and Swap Panes:
Are already present in the default configuration :confused:


Hi Christiaan;

[quote]Single File Pane, Dual Pane Vertical, Dual Pane Horizontal, and Swap Panes:
Are already present in the default configuration [/quote]

Yes, I know that, but they are space hogging tabs and not icons. I want icons that do the same thing.

Doc

Swap:

Go SWAP

Single File Pane, Dual Pane Vertical, Dual Pane Horizontal:
You can create those buttons:


And you can also create a layout and a button to load the layout.
Button-Code:

Prefs LAYOUT=XYZ

where XYZ is the name of your layout...

Now you are getting me all excited.

This is VERY neat.

Only problem I can’t seem to locate the Command Editor.

Where is it?

Thanks;
Doc

Please watch the tutorial on button editing:

[Toolbar Editing (video tutorial))

:sunglasses:COOL :sunglasses:

Doc