Caj Zell skrev:
> Pavel Tsekov skrev:
>> On Tue, 17 Oct 2006, Caj Zell wrote:
>>> On Oct 17, 2006, Pavel Tsekov wrote:
>>>> On Mon, 16 Oct 2006, Caj Zell wrote:
>>> Then, I looked at .mc/ini and saw that auto_menu was 0 and just tried
>>> 1 and
>>> I got my progress bar! This was just for individual files, is there a way
>>> to get for the grand total as an additional bar?
>> I am confused a bit. Please, be so kind to explain in detail the problem
>> that you see. What happens if you copy a single file ? What happens if
>> you copy multiple files ? What if the amount of data being copied is
> This is what happens:
> If I copy a directory, I get one progress bar that updates itself for
> every file. So it sort of most often goes to 100% qite quickly for each
> individual file underneath the directory.
> But, if I enter that directory and mark all the files and then perform a
> copy, I get two progress bars, one that is similar to the one described
> above and one for total.
Is there further info I can give about this?
If I copy two directories, I get two progress bars. If I copy one
directory, I just get one where the progress for the individual files in
the subdirectories is shown.
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