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Windows is controlling that, not TCMD -- so no, there's no way to change it> works.
Windows Explorer doesn't use the Windows list view control.Windows Explorer does not do this when a file in the list is updated. I can have a Windows Explorer window open to a folder, for instance my download folder, and when files are added to the folder, the list does not jump up to the top. The new files are added to the bottom of the existing list. If a file is update, for instance server log files, the size of the existing file changes without moving the current display.
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