[Bug] Different view-menus found for left/right panel

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[Bug] Different view-menus found for left/right panel

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Only a little optical confusion:
The menu for choosing the actual view mode (Shift-F1 in each panel) is different for left and right panel
(Screenshot here)
On the left side it says "File-Comments Show (cm_LeftCommands, ^-F2)",
on the right side it says "Comments Ctrl+Shift+F2"

Is this intentional?

Second:
- ^-F2 (without Shift) as mentioned in left menu does nothing here (I can't remember changing something here).
- Ctrl+Shift+F2 switches the Comments-View on the actual side, whichever is acticated ("cm_LeftCommands"?).
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2StatusQuo

Hm, I cannot confirm this. I tried the built-in english language and the english language file, both display the correct menu entry. maybe some error in your languagefile?

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Thanks, but the language files don't seem to be the problem. I tried with a fresh install into an empty directory. I searched the file contents in TC-dir, no file contains "cm_LeftCommands".
Then I started with a fresh INI and both menus look normal (as on right side in screenshot) - so the problem seems to be there.

In my INI the only position where I found the displayed string from the left side was in Start (user) menu:

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[user]
menu9=File-Comments Show                                  (cm_LeftComments, ^-F2)
cmd9=cm_LeftComments
That's exactly the text shown in the view menu.
If I change the title in the Start (user) menu, it also changes in this view menu.

Bug or feature :?:
[Edit:] Replacing the above entry by copying menu8/cmd8 to menu9/cmd9 fixes the problem. All "spaces" are real ones (ASCII 20 Hex).

[same behaviour in TC 6.56 and 7.00rc3, using W2k + XP SP2]
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Reproduceable with a new INI (created with TOTALCMD.EXE /i=c:\tc_new.ini) and the above line added to Start (user) menu.
Complete INI with which this occurs here reproduceably:

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[Configuration]
firstmnu=2682
SeparateTree=0
PanelsVertical=0
[left]
path=c:\
ShowAllDetails=1
SpecialView=0
show=1
sortorder=0
negative Sortorder=0
[right]
path=c:\
ShowAllDetails=1
SpecialView=0
show=1
sortorder=0
negative Sortorder=0
[user]
menu1=File-Comments Show                                  (cm_LeftComments, ^-F2)
cmd1=cm_LeftComments
[RightHistory]
0=c:\
[LeftHistory]
0=c:\
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I can also confirm the bug.

I doesn't have to be cmd9 - I reproduced it with cmd2.

It also applies to cm_LeftShort, cm_LeftLong and cm_LeftThumbs used as the cmd.

But it does NOT apply to cm_RightShort, cm_RightLong, cm_RightComments and cm_RightThumbs OR cm_ScrShort, cm_ScrLong, cm_ScrComments and cm_ScrThumbs
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Yes, I can confirm that either.
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Should be fixed now in RC4, please test!
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Yes, seems to be fixed.
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Fixed here in TC7rc4 :-)
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Confirm, fixed in TC7 rc4. :)
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