I recently had to reinstall Windows (clean install), and since then, Total Commander no longer calculates space consumed by subdirectories. It just displays the '?', but even for small directories that should return with a value instantly, it just sits there and nothing happens. There is also no disk activity to suggest it is working on it.
I am running the latest version available right now (9.22a 64-bit, 2019-03-29). Has anyone encountered this before, and can anyone suggest what I could do to fix it, or troubleshooting steps to gather more information?
To which version and build?
<Alt + Shift + Enter> should work.
<Space> only if enabled in settings > operations.
How about Ctrl+L , do that work?
You tested on the local C: drive, right?
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I am running Windows 10 Professional 64-bit 1903:
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OS Name : Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OS Version : 10.0.18362 N/A Build 18362 OS Manufacturer : Microsoft Corporation OS Configuration : Standalone Workstation OS Build Type : Multiprocessor Free System Type : x64-based PC System Locale : en-gb;English (United Kingdom) Hotfix(s) : 5 Hotfix(s) Installed.,: KB4506991,: KB4503308,: KB4506472,: KB4509096,: KB4507453
Neither that, nor <Alt + Shift + Enter> work, though <Ctrl + L> does indeed pop up a window showing the occupied space. I have just tried it on a directory containing a small number of files, <Ctrl + L> returns almost immediately, the other two just select the directory and show the <?> instead of the used space.
This happens on both internal drives, one an SSD (C: drive) and one an HDD (D: drive).
What is the setting in your wincmd.ini file for:
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I disabled that, but had not restarted Total Commander since. When I just tried running it with a clean slate (i.e. wincmd.ini renamed), the occupied space setting started working immediately, and now it works with my original configuration as well.
Thanks for your help!