Author Topic: Shared folders IFS for VBox Additions, the test version  (Read 18828 times)

Valery Sedletski

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Re: Shared folders IFS for VBox Additions, the test version
« Reply #195 on: February 07, 2020, 05:14:26 pm »
2Lars: So, looks  like your problems is your VM's specifics. Is your VM big? Could you upload it somewhere? (e.g., to my ftp)? Maybe,
this will allow me to reproduce your errors on my machine.

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Re: Shared folders IFS for VBox Additions, the test version
« Reply #196 on: March 24, 2020, 03:59:43 am »
Hi Valery.
Do you have control over the attached picture?

Do you think there can be way a to include a "Don't ask me again" checkbox to disable this warning?
I also do not get the difference between the "no" and "cancel" buttons. Is there any difference of these two actions?

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Re: Shared folders IFS for VBox Additions, the test version
« Reply #197 on: March 28, 2020, 08:18:30 am »
2Martin: No, IFS has no control over any checkboxes. No idea yet, why WPS complains about EA's. Maybe, I just need to return proper
null EA's. At the moment, they are invalid. WPS accepts them when displaying a drive contents. But if you open a settings notebook of
a drive, you'll see that some tabs are missing (like File one). So, something seems to be wrong with EA's. For the same reason, it could
complain about EA's when copying. So, maybe, if I'll fix EA's, everything will be repaired. Need to try.