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  • Copy filename puts a carrage return on the end.

    When doing a copy filename from the context menu, the resultant string put in the clipboard has a carrage return on the end. I don't believe this was intended as it doesn't paste nicely; especially when pasting to a command prompt as it causes the line to get executed upon pasting.

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    Re: Copy filename puts a carrage return on the end

    JPL,

    Thanks for the bug report. I'll add this to our list to be fixed.
    Chris K Scooter Software

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