Explorer Folder Tree, scroll correction?

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  1. ucm
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    XP Pro SP3 || Windows 7
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    Explorer Folder Tree, scroll correction?


    Hi everyone!

    I remember in Windows Explorer on Windows XP that when you opened a folder by double clicking it then that folder would move to the top of the folder tree and then expand revealing it's sub-folders.

    How can we get this behavior in Windows 7 :)
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  2. Posts : 3,139
    Systems 1 and 2: Windows 7 Enterprise x64, Win 8 Developer
       #2

    Here is xp and win 7. They both reveal subfolders at top. Are you talking about something else?
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  3. ucm
    Posts : 44
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       #3

    Whoops, sorry for the miscommunication

    I am meaning in the left pane while you are exploring a folder with lots of sub-folders such as the windows folder. Then when you click on it, it moves to the top and then expands it's subfolders
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  4. Posts : 826
    Windows 7 Ultimate x32
       #4

    I don't get it. When i click on the arrow next to "windows" it goes to the top:
    Explorer Folder Tree, scroll correction?-capture0.jpg
    one more click on the "windows" icon I have the subfolders opened on the right pane:
    Explorer Folder Tree, scroll correction?-capture9.jpg
    I apologize if I misunderstand something, English is not my native language.
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    Lemur said:
    Using online translator or have origins from Macedonia?
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       #7

    Grimmjow said:
    Lemur said:
    Using online translator or have origins from Macedonia?
    Neither. Looked up Macedonian phrases. Much better than translators.
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    ucm said:
    Hi everyone!

    I remember in Windows Explorer on Windows XP that when you opened a folder by double clicking it then that folder would move to the top of the folder tree and then expand revealing it's sub-folders.

    How can we get this behavior in Windows 7 :)
    Dear UCM---If you get this solved, PLEASE send me solution--this is driving me crazy!!!!!
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  9. ucm
    Posts : 44
    XP Pro SP3 || Windows 7
    Thread Starter
       #9

    janetb said:
    ucm said:
    Hi everyone!

    I remember in Windows Explorer on Windows XP that when you opened a folder by double clicking it then that folder would move to the top of the folder tree and then expand revealing it's sub-folders.

    How can we get this behavior in Windows 7 :)
    Dear UCM---If you get this solved, PLEASE send me solution--this is driving me crazy!!!!!
    Yes it is driving me 10 times more insane these last few weeks since i am using it far more often now with several hundred files and folders >_<

    @Microsoft: I will give you my last $1.00 if you'll help us all
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  10. ucm
    Posts : 44
    XP Pro SP3 || Windows 7
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       #10

    @Everyone: if this hasn't happened to you then I am envious but this seems to be happening randomly as no matter what I do I can't seem to get it to do it on purpose in any kind of way that we can track

    I have also noticed many other quite issitating things with explorer such as when I click on a file in a folder and then double click on another file in the same folder ( or even elsewhere )
    then
    explorer will highlight that file i clicked on --but-- open the last file I had clicked @_# @_#

    This behavior happens even when copying files; it will sometimes copy a file i had momements earlier clicked on regardless of the fact that I had clicked on a different file @_#


    *also* <- if anyone knows a solution for this off-topic issue here; please point me in that direction, thank you :)
    Internet Explorer 8 also has a very annoying bug in it in HTML textarea boxes when typing in text passed the visible area and then pasting into it; the textbox will scroll up before even the place where I pasted my text into @_#


    These two issues is as though the explorer.exe and iexplore.exe had a couple minor bugs in them much like issues you get with c++ pointer references...

    I desprately hope the upcoming Win7 SP1 will solve these ;(
    Last edited by ucm; 16 Dec 2010 at 18:52. Reason: typos
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