folders with many items are cut off screen

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jay 12/30/2003 04:01 pm
The only reason I wouldn`t regularly use TrayIcon Explorer is because I have folders with hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of sub-folders/files, and only 3 columns worth are displayed. Anything beyond that gets cut off without any scrollers to view the rest. Many IE tabbed browsers have this problem.

Avant Browser (http://www.avantbrowser.com) has the most intelligent method of displaying folders that you may want to consider emulating. Basically, once all the columns are filled out, there`s an arrow button near the bottom which will "vertically" scroll all 3 columns at once. This is like flipping the page of a yellow legal pad notebook.
Sergey Kovrizhkin 01/09/2004 02:35 am
> The only reason I wouldn`t regularly use TrayIcon Explorer is because I have folders with
> hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of sub-folders/files, and only 3 columns worth are
> displayed. Anything beyond that gets cut off without any scrollers to view the rest. Many IE
> tabbed browsers have this problem.
>
> Avant Browser (http://www.avantbrowser.com) has the most intelligent method of displaying
> folders that you may want to consider emulating. Basically, once all the columns are filled out,
> there`s an arrow button near the bottom which will "vertically" scroll all 3 columns at once.
> This is like flipping the page of a yellow legal pad notebook.

Hello, Jay

Thank you for your suggestions.
We investigated this feature of Avant Browser. It is really good, thanks.
We will try to implement the similar behavior for the TrayIcon menu.
It is planned for the next version of TrayIcon.

Best regards,
Sergey Kovrizhkin
MP Staff
ancutaandrei 03/06/2007 06:25 am
When I click in the "OK" button in the Avant Browser ( http://www.soft82.com/downloads/Windows/Avant_Browser ) Options window
the address bar, the search bar and the standard bar arrange themself in the same line,