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Old 16 March 2018, 19:00   #3
peceha
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Well... just now but anyway I don't fully understand it.

Maybe let me describe what I'm trying to do so it will be easier to get the answer if it is going to work or not.

- I have a clean lister.
- I add few entries to it (Lister Addstem ...) and set them as folders.
- I assign right click menu for each item and double click action (to behave like a normal folder when double clicked)
- that lister has a custom title (so the cache name can take its name)

Now, when "a folder" is double clicked:
-the lister gets cleared
-the lister's title is set to folder's name
-the lister is being populated with new entries (type "file"), the entries are read from file
-each entry has a menu assigned to it and double click action

Because the whole operation of setting up all the item takes quite long I was hopping there would be some cache in the memory so I could use it next time I enter the same folder.

Scenario:
- I'm at the root level (the one with folders) and now I double click one of them.
Dopus reads all the items that should be displayed - it takes about 43sec for 800 entries.

-Once the lister is filled out with new items I go back to root level.

-When the root level is alredy displayed in the lister I double click the folder I just came from ... and it takes again ~40sec --->>> here I hoped some cache would take over and immediately give me the folder's content.

Could be that i'm doing here something wrong and it will never work that way

Thanks

Last edited by peceha; 16 March 2018 at 21:36.
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