I've run into an issue both in Windows Explorer's folder list on the left and in the folder browser dialog. When I double-click on a folder to expand it and show its children, the list scrolls up such that the folder I just expanded is at the bottom of the list with most of its children hidden. So, as I drill down to find the folder I want, I double-click then scroll down, double-click then scroll down, etc.
It'd be nice if it scrolled the opposite direction so that the folder I just expanded would end up at the TOP of the scroll pane so that the children of that folder are visible.
A work-around I've noticed is to click on the little arrow to the left of the folder name. That behaves like I want, but it's faster for me to double-click on a large mouse target than single-click on a small one which requires more time and mouse precision to hit.
But that small annoyance is more than compensated for by the new taskbar, which is totally awesome. =)
- Changed type Mark L. FergusonModerator Thursday, May 28, 2009 1:59 PM
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this seems to be a bug in the treeview control, not just the folder list... i've seen it somewhere else as well, although i can't remember exactly where... some dialog in Visual Studio, i think.
VERY annoying behavior.
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