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PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2012 9:09 pm
by bxf
Am I the only one for whom CTRL+E (to invoke Windows Explorer) no longer works (at least the last three versions)? The command does nothing, or sometimes FPV behaves as if it "loses" the CTRL key, interpreting CTRL+E as E alone. And yes, I am sure there's nothing wrong with my keyboard.

Anybody else have this?


PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2012 10:05 pm
by Axel
Ctrl+E runs a command like the one below:

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C:\Windows\Explorer.exe /select,"C:\Images\SomePhoto.jpg"

It's hard to imaging how it could not work? Explorer's command-line options are documented here, perhaps you can try running a similar command from a command prompt and see what happens? Perhaps Explorer.exe was renamed or moved somewhere else on your machine?


PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2012 3:00 am
by bxf
Once I was made aware that I am alone with this problem, it made it necessary for me to investigate at my end, and I found the culprit. I have an application (QTranslate) that had CTRL+E set as a default hotkey for one of it's functions.

All is well now, thank you. My apologies.