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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    It can be achieved, but what it really gives you is more likely no more than some false sense of security.
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Principle of least surprise
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    I suspect it's related: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=81211911
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Related (what I discovered last year... and still valid)
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    A regression I spotted more than a month ago... Didn't bother to report because find it so obvious. (also trivial)
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    ...How did you lose the context entirely? The problem is reported by jcmm11 and I just quoted it... '/data/data/com.google.android.gms' doesn't even exist on my system.
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    Post [APP][4.0.3+] QuickEdit Text Editor

    I mean would \s match Unicode whitespaces too by any chance?..
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    Post [APP][4.0.3+] QuickEdit Text Editor

    Then you'll see it kills all continuous line breaks... Also, you sure those Unicode whitespaces don't count? (I didn't bother even trying to figure it out...)
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    ...Is there by any chance that XDA somehow miraculously appeared tremendously different for both us? Ask jcmm11. May be no longer relevant. (fixed?) I'm really curious about your usage pattern of MiX's SQLite Editor... How did you manage to not trigger any bug?
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Any comment on the bugs I've collected?.. (about the SQLite Editor, linked in the original post)
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Not very useful. (unproportional risk/reward) What if the app made a wrong guess?.. Practice Unix shell scripts, impossible is nothing. Lose?.. https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=78902567 https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=79870160 Perhaps you'll have to try...
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    Post [APP][4.0.3+] QuickEdit Text Editor

    [Hint] Doesn't seem wise to do this on file saving without user interaction. Would be good to add as a "quick access" function somewhere. FYI, the RegEx to achieve such functionality: (find with the pattern and replace as empty string) Trim trailing whitespace: (?m)[^\S\r\n]+$ Trim...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    ...Perhaps you'll have to try specialized utilities like ExifTool and FFmpeg. (I'm not so familiar in this field and true experts may have better recommendations) Perhaps you'll have to consult Google first about whether their Drive service provides random access functionality... else even if...
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    Post [APP][4.1+] Kiwi Browser? Chromium + Adblock + CAF + Night Mode 2021-07-29|Active

    [Bug Report] I seem to have ascertained the cause: reliably reproducible with any hyperlink configured * to open in a new tab/window. * Whether by the web page itself or the browser extensions. Update: Realization method dependent. Not all methods that achieve the "Open in new tab"...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    I doubt it. As the interacting PC (or whatever at the other end of the cable) may be even able to hack your phone directly...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    I tried it, won't help. A blind guess that didn't hit... I once believed that it was caused by the relative (default) datetime format, but further testing confirmed that it's not (at least not the main cause). I believe the issue is file independent, as I can reproduce it by copying an...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    I fear the most effective workaround was changing the password... Note an important part of the description: Which might be related with the MiX's custom USB OTG driver (if enabled). Another part is the storage type.
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    If that did happen I fear you're done...
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    Post [APP][4.0.3+] QuickEdit Text Editor

    I fear you didn't understand me neither... It's the summary of your lengthy description. Anyway I may not have fully understood you so correct me for inaccuracies.
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    Post [APP][4.0.3+] QuickEdit Text Editor

    [Suggestion] "File" -> "Save As", a drop list for the "Line Break" control should be added. And the interface upon opening should be configured to like this (the filename part selected, caret at the end of the selection, with the soft-keyboard (if available) popped-up, and allow the word...
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    Post [APP][4.0.3+] QuickEdit Text Editor

    Summary: Customizable tab width support.
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Cannot reproduce here. Likely a system dependent issue.
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    "update_media_store" related?.. (Attempt to refresh media-store after each operation; "Settings" -> "More settings" -> "Auto refresh media-store") Cannot reproduce (continuous moves of a single file between the Int/Ext SD) with "update_media_store" disabled. Courtesy of those so called "memory...
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    Post [APP][4.0.3+] QuickEdit Text Editor

    [Suggestion] "Settings" -> "Word Wrap", should be set to work on a per file basis. And the option should be moved to somewhere more convenient. (e.g. "More" in the toolbar)
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    Post [APP][5.0+][ROOT/NONROOT][GPLv3] Material Files (open source file manager)

    Have you ever considered... What is code really?
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    Post [APP][5.0+][ROOT/NONROOT][GPLv3] Material Files (open source file manager)

    But what's really going on under those layers of abstraction?.. Deep inside, there's no process. (it doesn't really exist, it's merely an interpretation... a layer of abstraction) What's there actually, is the actuation of the hardware. It serves well as a general purpose utility. And many...
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    Post [APP][5.0+][ROOT/NONROOT][GPLv3] Material Files (open source file manager)

    With no intent to disappoint you... But I'd like you to know: Being of higher level of abstraction does not necessarily ensure being of higher level of quality... ...what's under the hood may be not much different from another `ls` parser. And usually... those abstraction layers inevitably...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Check if you can reproduce this issue.
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    I'm almost certain that the cause of the problem is improper implementation of utilizing hardware acceleration for the thumbnail loading. (attempting to invoke unsupported methods from the hardware) JamalTheLad BrahmaGandhi, you can leave information about your device model and Android version...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    [Bug Report] • "Bookmarks" drawer, swipe left interference when "Editable" is set. Reverting as the simplest solution without noticeably impairing the UX. Else a careful resign of the swipe input translation would be required.
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    [Bug Report] • "Main menu" -> "Extract", option absent in the menu. • "Main menu" -> "Rewrite", option always present disregard of the settings. Not fixed: (the aforementioned part only)
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    I believe it's related with "Settings" -> "More settings" -> "Custom datetime format". Setting the "Pattern" to something like "yyyy/MM/dd HH:mm:ss" should satisfy your purpose.
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    [Bug Report] AXML (Android binary XML) files, "Open with", weird behavior. (unable to choose anything other than the "HTML Viewer") "HTML Viewer", problems parsing certain valid AXML files. (incomplete output, comparing to axmldec)
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    [Suggestion] More detailed archive error report. (e.g. list of broken files, indication of missing archive parts, etc.)
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Principle of least surprise... Also, regarding its UI design in "Main menu"... I think the original solution (pre v6.42 "Show hidden"/"Don't show hidden" active switch) looks much more appealing. (less intrusive) Add: Quite a demonstration of the point... "save_tabs_on_exit", option...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    [Suggestion] In pursuit of saving clicks... the "Separate folder" and "Current folder" options in the "Extract" modal, can be made as 2 buttons that directly start the respective operation. Also, how's the "Remember" going? (...hope it's not out of control) Did some simple testing and the...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    FYI, it was replaced by the "Sort by icon" option, which may sort of mitigate the problem...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Noticed, I was testing with the option disabled. Reproducible with the option enabled.
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    Post [APP][5.0+][ROOT/NONROOT][GPLv3] Material Files (open source file manager)

    The fixed height schema is malapropos and can be problematic... Maybe we can refer to how web browsers rendering lengthy web pages.
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    I can't even get this window appearing. No idea what it is... nor can I find the relative settings. (both in app and in the 'com.mixplorer.beta_preferences.xml') And I haven't noticed any major issue related with the timeout of executed tasks. (there are minor issues... though not critical)...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Well... at many times what we want to tell is usually what's been told before. I was merely pointing out the facts about the potential negative impact of the v6.42.x builds, which I wish I wouldn't need to... (as if the problems didn't exist) I believe we both wish a better MiXplorer... If...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    The difference is fewer clicks required... Which constitutes a major part of the user experience. Also, see this.
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    Post [All XDA Members] Feedback/Recommendations for XDA

    Fixed: Is there really a need preventing the search.php being accessible without passing specific referrer? Which has made searching in the forum quite cumbersome...
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Also, I have to mention this again as the situation seems to be aggravated. (those already obscure descriptors can even get omitted...)
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Noticed. It wasn't working in my previous testing (in a previous version). Also, what does `rm -rf /` do? (blind testing is the worst option...) Add: A more appropriate descriptor for this functionality would be "Reverse listing".
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    Before v6.42.0. It shows a dialog asking for "Recursively" or "Globally", which does exactly the same thing as the current "Show hidden recursively"/"Show hidden globally".
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    Post [APP][2.2+] MiXplorer v6.x Released (fully-featured file manager)

    "Stack from bottom"?.. It doesn't really help the situation: