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|ID||Category||Severity||Reproducibility||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000685||[SkyOS 5.0 - Beta]||major||always||2005-02-09 18:53||2005-02-13 19:07|
|Reporter||Another One||View Status||public|
|Summary||0000685: Beta8.3 SP2 - Sizes of files in Storage Viewer always shown in bytes|
There's no indication anywhere what units are used to show the size of files in Storage Viewer, but I assume it's in bytes. I think I don't have to explain HOW IMPRACTICLE this is? There should be some changes.
When size is lower than 1KB view the actual byte count (just like it is now with every file)
When size is 1 - 1023KB view the actual kilobyte count
When size is 1MB - 1023MB view the actual megabyte count
When size is 1GB - 1023GB view the actual gigabyte count
... and so on.
IMPORTANT: Indicate what units are being used next to the file size, in the same column.
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|2005-02-09 18:53||Another One||New Issue|
|2005-02-13 19:07||robert||Status||new => resolved|
|2005-02-13 19:07||robert||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2005-02-13 19:07||robert||Assigned To||=> robert|
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