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what file browser can display all this (like in pic)
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file name, and most important to me file BUILD (full version) (last column seen on pic)

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Edited by vinifera, 28 November 2012 - 09:53 PM.

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Design feedback requested:
IHAtool - IpHlpApi tester; call various functions and report results
--status-> framework is solid; 22 api's fully supported; preview release coming soon
ComDlg32 wrapper - ComDlgEx meets IpHlpApi wrapper
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I tried but version column on all sys files is blank
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On the Options tab, check the third box: "Show file version information (slower)"
Design feedback requested:
IHAtool - IpHlpApi tester; call various functions and report results
--status-> framework is solid; 22 api's fully supported; preview release coming soon
ComDlg32 wrapper - ComDlgEx meets IpHlpApi wrapper
--status-> PrintDlgExW working in latest SumatraPDF 8^)
Future projects: ImportPatcher40 - dialog interface; Kexter - IP40+Ktree+Kexstubs

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Windows Explorer can! :w00t:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310297
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ah cool
thanks to both

btw Tripredacus, when i rearrange in list view columns or add new
how to make explorer use it for all folders ?

as i see opening new folder simply reverts it back to standard "list view" (no details, no new column, no arranged columns) ?
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Yeah there is some way to do that, but not via that screen or Folder Options. I don't recall, maybe I can figure it out tomorrow.
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To tell Windows Explorer to apply your settings to all other folders of that type, in Windows Explorer:

Add/Arrange columns and window size and shape as desired, then click Tools -> Folder Options -> View -> Set all options you want in "Advanced Settings" and "Apply" if any changes were made -> "Apply to Folders" under "Folder Views" -> OK (Also click OK to any popup that occurs saying something like "Settings will be applied the next time you open Windows Explorer".)

That should do it.

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thanks :D
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