Originally Posted by Allen_Walker
Hi man. I found same answer for your FAQ.
1. This is enable full filenames for grid view mode (grid, large grid, extra large grid) in page.
2. This is merge analog task for user. example: I choose 1 file and pres copy, this is create task. but I want copy another file too, and I choose another file and pres copy, mixplorer ask me if I want to combine tasks, and if I agree tasks combined. Then I open the merged task and execute it. This is work for copy, move, archive, encrypt, decrypt operations.
3. This is create icon preview in folders contains some files. I don't know how many types support this. but Video, Picture and APK files show icon preview in folders.
Thank you very much for filling in these gaps in the FAQ. I'll stitch them into the OPs here. If anyone else would like to thank @Allen_Walker
for these helpful additions you can do so in this post in the MiXplorer development thread. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ostcount=13819
. If anyone has more additions to the MiXplorer FAQ please post them here in the FAQ thread.
[EDIT] I explored these, made some minor some editorial changes based on additional discoveries and the flow of the FAQ, and added them to the OPs.
Also Here is more about one of the additional discoveries:
The "full filenames" option also applies to list views but since list views can accommodate longer names the name has to be very long before this setting is needed: Here is an example of how long a file name had to be before it got truncated in list view on my device/settings combination.
Also, if "full filenames" is enabled, in some grid views an extremely long file name may be longer than the display itself. In this case the scrolling may not be able to go back up to the file icon.
If this happens you can refresh the view or scroll down a bit and then back up to go higher in the view.
Thanks again for the new information without which I may not have explored further.
Also, thanks @Ultramanoid
who explains the origin of the long filename setting here