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R-Studio 6.3 build 154025

Posted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 4:39 pm
by R-tt Team
A new version of R-Studio is available for download.
- R-Studio might crash when re-enumerating files on large partitions. Fixed.
- R-Studio might write an incorrect message "Enumeration of files... failed” to the log file even when partitions with large number of files were successfully opened. Fixed.
- R-Studio might add an incorrect file extensions to the file name when the image type was switched to "Byte to byte image". Fixed.
- R-Studio might save default file paths when the path selection dialog box was closed using the Cancel button. (Only with successful save should.) Fixed.
- R-Studio might automatically generate an incorrect netmask on the Connect to remote dialog box. Fixed.
- R-Studio might incorrectly the state of the Show legend command. Fixed.
- Crashes when finishing the program. Fixed.
- An incorrect disk size on the Drives Copy Wizard. Fixed.
- Drives Copy Wizard sometimes couldn't copy partitions. Fixed
- Read-only folders might be shown when selecting places to save files. Fixed.
- R-Studio always showed empty folders regardless of whether Show empty folders was enabled/disabled on the File Mask dialog box. Fixed.
- R-Studio showed folders even when Look at: Folders was disabled. Fixed.
- Possible crashes when virtual RAIDs were created from other virtual RAIDs. Fixed.
- Incorrect log messages might appear when connecting multi-part image files. Fixed.
- Crashes when detecting cyclic symlinks and hardlinks. Fixed.
- Incorrect value for Memory size on the Options dialog box. Fixed.
- R-Studio showed incorrect user's data (MB, GB) when editing the Memory size field on the Settings/Memory tab. Fixed.
- The password dialog box didn't show that the CapsLock key was on. Fixed.

Re: R-Studio 6.3 build 154023

Posted: Sat Aug 17, 2013 3:03 am
by Corsari
I've seen the function that allows to save the file list to file.

Unfortunately it lists only the files names.


Re: R-Studio 6.3 build 154025

Posted: Sat Aug 17, 2013 7:01 am
by Alt
R-Studio does generate file recovery lists with full pathnames to files. Moreover, those lists have practical meaning - the user can edit them to tell R-Studio files to recover. You may look more into that in the R-Studio on-line help: File Recovery Lists.
There're a lot of file tree generators out there, so no use to peddle a particular one.