But the context menu is not the same for this special purpose - I mean the DROP in the LIST VIEW - see my picture above. If I drop in the FOLDER VIEW, then it's the normal context menu from windows - and then it works.It's a Windows control, and Windows is handling the cut & paste.
But the context menu is not the same for this special purpose - I mean the DROP in the LIST VIEW - see my picture above. If I drop in the FOLDER VIEW, then it's the normal context menu from windows - and then it works.
Okay.But the drop/paste doesn't have anything to do with the cut.
If I "Cut" something on the desktop, its icon is greyed. If I choose "Paste" from the three-item folder background context menu in "List View", it's pasted but the source is not deleted (and remains greyed). I agree with Alpengreis, TCMD doesn't seem to be using the right folder background context menu.
Cut and paste with DROP a FILE ON a DIRECTORY NAME WAS NOT A PROBLEM, that was not broken (also not within List View) ...I had a play with cut and paste prior to updating to build 23. Worked ok here. Paste copied the file to the new directory and then deleted the old copy. Now its disabled as you said.
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