Re: FM/2 3.13 Released
On Tue, 2 Sep 2008 22:09:35 UTC, Gregg Young <ygk.nospam@xxxxxxxxx>
I've got just a request: it would be useful to add some kind of
progress bar for operations like copying and moving files. Especially
with huge files (100 MiB and over), it's a little frustrating not to
know how's going the operation.
I hope it isn't a too difficult feature to add?
I shouldn't be to hard to at least provide some indication it is still
doing something (an accurate time remaining would be much harder). File
a ticket at http://svn.netlabs.org/fm2 (the instructions are under
support lower down on the page). This will help us remember. You should
probably download 3.13 from netlabs as there appear to be some problems
as a result of the hobbes server change over preventing download of wpi
files from hobbes. Thanks
Did it, downloaded it, filing ticket. Great job, Gregg, keep it up.
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