- Added: Multi-monitor support.
- Added: Run the additional app on finish (eject disk, etc).
- Fixed: Copy not starting automatically.
What’s new in this version:
Multi-touch is an over-hyped technology, especially when used in a browser and maps 🙂 In the Android browser, I’ve changed zoom 2-3 times this year, when the font size was too small. If you think it could be useful for zooming maps, try to do it with one hand 🙂
But multi-touch is very helpful in other cases: games, software keyboards, touchpads in MacBook. It’s good to have it as an additional input method. That’s why it’s supported by Maverick now. Works on Android 2.0 (even if you have it on G1) and Cyanogen mods (uses this hack).
Direct Folders 3.61
PS. Please do not submit AVG virus reports about Win32/Heur.
Because this is a generic (so to speak) detection, the file has not been 100% confirmed to be malware by the virus analysts (e.g. it has not yet been given a name), so there is a chance that the file is being mistakenly detected and it is not actually malicious.
VirusTotal report. You can turn off heuristic scanning or add an exception for DF.
Added in beta 4a:
If TeraCopy doesn’t work as the default copy handler on a 64-bit system, try to install these packages:
A few days ago AVG reported the Klone.P virus in TeraCopy and Direct Folders. It was quickly fixed with the next AVG update, but now it detects Klone.Z virus in the same files. Personally I wouldn’t trust antivirus that can’t make a decision about virus name. 🙂 You may check your files at virusscan.jotti.org or at www.virustotal.com.
If you want to report the false positive please read here (thanks to Jonathan for link).
You can disable AVG from scanning some folders. To do this:
1. Start AVG user interface
2. Select “Tools” – Advanced settings
3. Select “Resident Shield” – “Exceptions”
4. Click on “Add Path”
5. Browse to the path to be excluded from AVG scanning
6. Click on OK
From: AVG Technical Support [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 29 May 2008 12:28 PM
AVG Anti-virus Research Lab has analyzed the file(s) you have sent from your AVG Virus Vault. Below you can find the results for each file. The final verdict on the file is either a correct detection or a false positive detection.
“C:\Program Files\TeraCopy\TeraCopy.exe” – false alarm
AVG Technical Support
Beta 2 (December, 2):
Vista x64 support will be added later.