Re: Explorer, who did this?
yep thanks, i'm looking for alternatives
> Check this out. It's what I use.
> "Edward" <Edward@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Hi there
> > After working for a few weeks I noticed a few very very annoying things
> > about the Windows Vista theme and functionality regarding the explorer. I
> > use
> > the explorer a lot, a few things got better (searching) and a few got
> > worse:
> > 1) Selected files are not easy to spot. In XP your selected files are easy
> > to see. The backcolor in Vista is way too light (some kind of light blue
> > fading to white on a whit background).
> > How is it possible to chose use such a unclear selected background color +
> > effect ?
> > 2) My directory view has columns like 'Album', 'Rating'? when there is no
> > music or other media in it. Why?
> > I had to select a folder as admin and set the folders view (via de
> > customize
> > tab) to 'All items' then I select via folder options -> apply to all
> > folders
> > so all folders are set to this folder view.
> > 3) when I mouseover the vertical scrollbar in the folder pane the little
> > subfolder disappear. Need I to explain how annoying this is? Who did come
> > up
> > with such a idea?
> > 4) I'm clicking on a .jpg. I expected a preview in that beautyfull big
> > detailpane but what do I get? A big standard jpg icon, dimension
> > information
> > and add your ratings stuff. Ok I can turn this off easily and I just did
> > that. But hey ... whats that?? de filepane shows me columns with
> > ratings
> > and stuff... nooo I had turn this off and now its here again! Even again
> > in
> > my css folders. It really is beginning to irritate me.
> > PLEASE could someone explain to me WHY my css fileview has
> > album-genre-artist-genre-rating columns ??
> > Overall I like Vista but it's not a killer. As you can notice I'm
> > dissapointed about some functionality in Vista. The explorer functionality
> > is
> > used a lot by every user so its important that is friendly and efficient.
> > As
> > I clearly pointed out it is not.
> > Sincerely,
> > Edward