Status Bar Format

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void
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Status Bar Format

Post by void »

There are three formatting options for the statusbar:

statusbar_format - used when there's no selection.
statusbar_selected_item_format - used when there's a single item selected.
statusbar_selection_format - used when there's multiple items selected.



To customize the status bar format:
  • In Everything 1.5.0.1281a or later, type in the following search and press ENTER:
    /statusbar_format=format
    where format can include the following:
    • $result-count:
    • $folder-result-count:
    • $file-result-count:
    • $selection-count:
    • $folder-selection-count:
    • $file-selection-count:
    • $total-result-size:
    • $total-selection-size:
    • $total-file-selection-size:
    • $total-result-length: (requires length indexing)
    • $total-selection-length: (requires length indexing)
    • $o = formatted result count.
    • $x = formatted selection count.
    • $y = formatted total result size.
    • $z = formatted total selection size.
    • $match-case:
    • $match-diacritics:
    • $match-path:
    • $match-whole-words:
    • $match-prefix:
    • $match-suffix:
    • $ignore-punctuation:
    • $ignore-white-space:
    • $match-regex:
    • $is-omit: (a result is omitted)
    • $is-temp-omit: (a result is temporarily omitted)
    • $is-dupe: (an active find dupe command)
    • $is-paused: (index updates paused)
    • $is-stopped: (index updates stopped)
    • $is-admin: (running as admin)
    • $is-read-only: (database is in read-only mode)
    • $is-safe-mode: (started in safe mode)
The Everything Preprocessor is supported.

To format a number with a thousand separator, use the #TEXT: preprocessor function:

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<text:$result-count:,"#,###"> items
Leave format empty to use the default format.



The default format is:

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/statusbar_format=<if:$result-count:==1,"1 item",<text:$result-count:,"#,###">" items">
Example output:
1,234,567 items
1 item
0 items



Basic syntax to show usage:

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$folder-result-count: folder(s); $file-result-count: file(s)
Example output:
123456 folder(s); 1111111 file(s)



Show separate folder and file result counts:
123,456 folders; 1,111,111 files

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/statusbar_format=#if:<$folder-result-count:==1,1 folder,#TEXT:<$folder-result-count:,#,###> folders>; #if:<$file-result-count:==1,1 file,#TEXT:<$file-result-count:,#,###> files


Show total, folder and file result counts:
1,234,567 items (123,456 folders; 1,111,111 files)

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/statusbar_format=#if:<$result-count:==1,1 item,#TEXT:<$result-count:,#,###> items> (#if:<$folder-result-count:==1,1 folder,#TEXT:<$folder-result-count:,#,###> folders>; #if:<$file-result-count:==1,1 file,#TEXT:<$file-result-count:,#,###> files>)


To customize the status bar format when a single item is selected:
  • In Everything, type in the following search and press ENTER:
    /statusbar_selected_item_format=format
    where format can include the following:
    • #is-folder: = returns 1 if the selected item is a folder, 0 otherwise. (added in Everything 1.5.0.1281a)
    • $<property-name>: = returns the property value from the property name. (added in Everything 1.5.0.1281a)
    • $$ = a single literal $
    • $f = full path and file name
    • $n = name
    • $p = path
    • $s = size
    • $e = extension
    • $t = type
    • $m = date modified
    • $c = date created
    • $a = date accessed
    • $b = attributes
    • $d = date recently changed
    • $r = run count
    • $u = date run
    • $l = file list filename
    • $o = formatted results count.
    • $x = formatted selection count.
    • $y = formatted total result size.
    • $z = formatted total selection size.
The Everything Preprocessor is now supported.

The default format is:

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statusbar_selected_item_format=$o items   |   Size: $s   |   Date Modified: $m   |   Path: $p


To customize the status bar format when multiple items are selected:
  • In Everything, type in the following search and press ENTER:
    /statusbar_selection_format=format
    where format can include the following:
    • $result-count:
    • $folder-result-count:
    • $file-result-count:
    • $selection-count:
    • $folder-selection-count:
    • $file-selection-count:
    • $total-result-size:
    • $total-selection-size:
    • $total-file-selection-size:
    • $total-result-length: (requires length indexing)
    • $total-selection-length: (requires length indexing)
    • $o = formatted results count.
    • $x = formatted selection count.
    • $y = formatted total result size.
    • $z = formatted total selection size.
The Everything Preprocessor is supported.

Leave format empty to use the default format.

The default format is:

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statusbar_selection_format=<text:$result-count:,#,###> items   |   <text:$selection-count:,#,###> items selected

Notes:
$total-result-length: and $total-selection-length: require Length property indexing.


TODO:
variations of statusbar_selected_item_format based on 'Kind' (like Windows Explorer)
add a $selection-kind: property to format based on the 'kind' from the selection.
ericgl
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by ericgl »

Thanks, void.
It works. Here's how I like it:

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/statusbar_format=#TEXT:<#folder-result-count:,#,###> folders; #TEXT:<#file-result-count:,#,###> files (#if:<#result-count:==1,1 object,#TEXT:<#result-count:,#,###> total objects>)
raccoon
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by raccoon »

nice nice nice nice nice nice nice nice nice nice nice nice
JTB3
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by JTB3 »

UPDATED (10-Dec-2021): Cleaned-up code and added new code for single-selection status bar.
Thanks for adding this great customization feature, David!

Below are code snippets for my new favorite custom status bar(s):
Features: 1) only shows 'objects' when there are both 'files' and 'folders', 2) doesn't show file or folder counts if they are zero, and 3) properly appends the plural 's' only if there is more than one file(s) or folder(s).

For the standard status bar:

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/statusbar_format= Found: #IF:<#AND:<#folder-result-count:,#file-result-count:>, #TEXT:<#result-count:,#,###> objects |,>#IF:<#folder-result-count:, #TEXT:<#folder-result-count:,#,###> folder#IF:<#folder-result-count:==1,,s>,>#IF:<#file-result-count:,#IF:<#folder-result-count:,#comma:,> #TEXT:<#file-result-count:,#,###> file#IF:<#file-result-count:==1,,s>,>
For the multi-selection status bar:

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/statusbar_selection_format= Selected:  #TEXT:<#selection-count:,#,###> of #TEXT:<#result-count:,#,###> objects |#IF:<#folder-selection-count:, #TEXT:<#folder-selection-count:,#,###> folder#IF:<#folder-selection-count:==1,,s>,>#IF:<#file-selection-count:,#IF:<#folder-selection-count:,#comma:,> #TEXT:<#file-selection-count:,#,###> file#IF:<#file-selection-count:==1,,s>,>
And, for the single-selection status bar: [Note: one might want to customize this for your own specific 'properties']

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/statusbar_selected_item_format= Selected:  $t | Size: $s#IF:<#len:<#length:>, | #length: #IF:<#elementcount:<#length:,#colon:>==3,h:,>m:s,>#IF:<#dimensions:, | #dimensions: px,>#IF:<#audiobitrate:, | Audio: #left:<#audiobitrate:,#len:<#audiobitrate:>-3> kbps,>#IF:<#videobitrate:, | Video: #left:<#videobitrate:,#len:<#videobitrate:>-3> kbps,> | Atr: $b | Modified: $m | Created: $c
This took quite a bit of time to perfect...
Give them a try, and enjoy! -JT :)
Last edited by JTB3 on Fri Dec 10, 2021 4:23 pm, edited 11 times in total.
raccoon
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by raccoon »

Small bug with statusbar_format and alternative bracketing styles in preprocessor functions.

/statusbar_format=#if(:0,1,2)
-> 2)

/statusbar_format=#ifs{:0,1,2,3}
-> 3}

/statusbar_format=#<ifs:0,1,2,3>
-> 3>

/statusbar_format=#ifs:<0,1,2,3>
-> 3
void
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

This is expected, please try the following syntax:

/statusbar_format=#if(:0,1,2#):
/statusbar_format=#ifs{:0,1,2,3#}:
/statusbar_format=#<ifs:0,1,2,3#>:
/statusbar_format=#ifs:<0,1,2,3>


Syntax is:
#function(:parameter#):
raccoon
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by raccoon »

void wrote: Wed Oct 27, 2021 7:45 amThis is expected, please try the following syntax:
Ah hah. My bad. Strangely it doesn't leave a dangly bracket when using /=#... as in /=#ifs{:0,1,2,3}

Feel free to clean up after my thread-vandalism. Thanks!
Last edited by raccoon on Wed Oct 27, 2021 8:10 am, edited 1 time in total.
void
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Using the search command
/#if[:0,1,2#]:
currently does not expand.

It will expand in the next alpha update.


/=text
is the same as:
/#eval:<text>

For example:
/=1+2 => 3
JTB3
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by JTB3 »

JTB3 wrote: Wed Oct 27, 2021 7:28 am UPDATED (10-Dec-2021): Cleaned-up code and added new code for single-selection status bar.
Thanks for adding this great customization feature, David!

Below are code snippets for my new favorite custom status bar(s):
Features: 1) only shows 'objects' when there are both 'files' and 'folders', 2) doesn't show file or folder counts if they are zero, and 3) properly appends the plural 's' only if there is more than one file(s) or folder(s).

For the standard status bar:

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/statusbar_format= Found: #IF:<#AND:<#folder-result-count:,#file-result-count:>, #TEXT:<#result-count:,#,###> objects |,>#IF:<#folder-result-count:, #TEXT:<#folder-result-count:,#,###> folder#IF:<#folder-result-count:==1,,s>,>#IF:<#file-result-count:,#IF:<#folder-result-count:,#comma:,> #TEXT:<#file-result-count:,#,###> file#IF:<#file-result-count:==1,,s>,>
For the multi-selection status bar:

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/statusbar_selection_format= Selected:  #TEXT:<#selection-count:,#,###> of #TEXT:<#result-count:,#,###> objects |#IF:<#folder-selection-count:, #TEXT:<#folder-selection-count:,#,###> folder#IF:<#folder-selection-count:==1,,s>,>#IF:<#file-selection-count:,#IF:<#folder-selection-count:,#comma:,> #TEXT:<#file-selection-count:,#,###> file#IF:<#file-selection-count:==1,,s>,>
And, for the single-selection status bar: [Note: one might want to customize this for your own specific 'properties']

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/statusbar_selected_item_format= Selected:  $t | Size: $s#IF:<#dimensions:, | #dimensions: px,>#IF:<#length:, | #format-duration:<#length:> #IF:<#elementcount:<#format-duration:<#length:>,#colon:>==3,h:,>m:s,>#IF:<#audiobitrate:, | Audio: #eval:<#audiobitrate:/1000> kbps,>#IF:<#videobitrate:, | Video: #eval:<#framerate:/1000> fps#comma: #eval:<#videobitrate:/1000> kbps,> | Atr: $b | Modified: $m | Created: $c
This took quite a bit of time to perfect...
Give them a try, and enjoy! -JT :)
Just wanted to quote/re-post this for the community since I made many edits to my original custom status bars and added a new code snippet for a custom 'single-selection' status bar.

Thanks for providing this great capability, David!
-JT
:)
Last edited by JTB3 on Fri Dec 10, 2021 4:24 pm, edited 3 times in total.
void
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Everything 1.5.0.1282a removes #special-result-count: and #special-selection-count:

Everything will now track separate file and folder counts for special items (Run Count, Date Run, Date Recently Change and Mixed file and folder results).


Everything 1.5.0.1282a fixes an issue with search preprocessor text not expanding in search commands.
For example:
/#if[:0,1,2#]:


Everything 1.5.0.1282a adds #result-count:, #folder-result-count:, #file-result-count: etc... to statusbar_selected_item_format.
adamantine
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by adamantine »

1) thank you for the useful addition to et

2) at present my statusbar_selected_item_format= is:
$f        $s        $m        #length:        #audio-bits-per-sample:  #ifs:<#audio-sample-rate:==7874,7,#audio-sample-rate:==9000,9,#audio-sample-rate:==11025,11,#audio-sample-rate:==12000,12,#audio-sample-rate:==14000,14,#audio-sample-rate:==16000,16,#audio-sample-rate:==18000,18,#audio-sample-rate:==22050,22,#audio-sample-rate:==24000,24,#audio-sample-rate:==28000,28,#audio-sample-rate:==32000,32,#audio-sample-rate:==37800,37,#audio-sample-rate:==44100,44,#audio-sample-rate:==48000,48,#audio-sample-rate:==88200,88,#audio-sample-rate:==96000,96,#audio-sample-rate:==192000,192>  #audio-channels:
i found no simpler way to get the desired displaying of audio-sample-rate
(like i already have in the result list: 44 instead of 44100, 96 instead of 96000...)

the #child-count: property doesn't work: it displays nothing (in et-1281, and in 1282 too)
it's not a big problem for me, but seemingly it deserves to be mentioned here


3) currently my statusbar_selection_format= completely equals to statusbar_format=
#ifs:<#selection-count:==0,0,#selection-count:==1,1,#selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#selection-count:,#,###>>      #ifs:<#folder-selection-count:==0,0 folder,#folder-selection-count:==1,1 folder,#folder-selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#folder-selection-count:,#,###> folders>      #ifs:<#file-selection-count:==0,0 file,#file-selection-count:==1,1 file,#file-selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#file-selection-count:,#,###> files>                                                            #ifs:<#result-count:==0,0,#result-count:==1,1,#result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#result-count:,#,###>>      #ifs:<#folder-result-count:==0,0 folder,#folder-result-count:==1,1 folder,#folder-result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#folder-result-count:,#,###> folders>      #ifs:<#file-result-count:==0,0 file,#file-result-count:==1,1 file,#file-result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#file-result-count:,#,###> files>
this is the newer experimental approach which i use on a daily basis (it will be kept if i don't concoct a better alternative). example:
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there are 2 new areas on the left side of status bar. each area consists of 3 parts. so the left side displays:

- selected items
- selected folders
- selected files
- a big delimiter for visual conveniency
- all items
- all folders
- all files

it seems that there's no need to specify the object/objects/item/items word (in status bar): it's obvious in any case

the only thing that must be memorized is: the info about selections is placed before the info about total quantity of items/folders/files
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by harryray2 »

I've just discovered that the filter dropdown box can be moved to the left.

As the status bar part box can't yet be moved to the left, can the colour, with the new customisations, be changed?
ie. Make the box Red as an alert that a filter or a search command is active.
void
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Thank you for the feedback.
i found no simpler way to get the desired displaying of audio-sample-rate
(like i already have in the result list: 44 instead of 44100, 96 instead of 96000...)
Please try the following:

#if:<#audio-sample-rate:,#eval:<#audio-sample-rate:/1000>,>

the #child-count: property doesn't work: it displays nothing (in et-1281, and in 1282 too)
it's not a big problem for me, but seemingly it deserves to be mentioned here
This will be fixed in the next alpha update.
As the status bar part box can't yet be moved to the left, can the colour, with the new customisations, be changed?
ie. Make the box Red as an alert that a filter or a search command is active.
Color customization is on my TODO list.
harryray2
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by harryray2 »

Thanks, any plans to enable the box to be moved?
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by raccoon »

@void Would you be inclined to add the ability to format #total-result-size: and #total-selection-size: from byte format to the automatic KB MB GB TB format as displayed in the bottom-right of the status bar?

I tried defining my own function using ifs: and eval: but invariably came up short with one hangup after another. Might have mucked around with it (with at least 3 different approaches) for 3 or 4 hours.
void
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Thanks, any plans to enable the box to be moved?
It's on my TODO list.
@void Would you be inclined to add the ability to format #total-result-size: and #total-selection-size: from byte format to the automatic KB MB GB TB format as displayed in the bottom-right of the status bar?
I've added a #format-size:<number[,format-type]> preprocessor function for the next alpha update.

eg:
#format-size:<1234> => 2 KB
#format-size:<1234567> => 1,206 KB
#format-size:<1234567890> => 1,205,633 KB
#format-size:<1,0> => 1 bytes
#format-size:<1234,0> => 1.20 KB
#format-size:<1234567,0> => 1.17 MB
#format-size:<1234567890,0> => 1.149 GB
#format-size:<1234,1> => 1,234
#format-size:<1234567,1> => 1,234,567
#format-size:<1234567890,1> => 1,234,567,890
#format-size:<1234,2> => 2 KB
#format-size:<1234567,2> => 1,206 KB
#format-size:<1234567890,2> => 1,205,633 KB
#format-size:<1234,3> => 0.01 MB
#format-size:<1234567,3> => 1.17 MB
#format-size:<1234567890,3> => 1,177 MB
adamantine
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by adamantine »

#if:<#audio-sample-rate:,#eval:<#audio-sample-rate:/1000>,>
it works, thank you. this shorter line is certainly a better and easier variant:
$f        $s        $m        #length:        #audio-bits-per-sample:  #if:<#audio-sample-rate:,#eval:<#audio-sample-rate:/1000>,>  #audio-channels:
 
 
I've added a #format-size:<number[,format-type]> preprocessor function for the next alpha update
looks like a good addition. because the current approach isn't usable (at least for me). example:
it's the unwanted 980040917 note now (instead of the desired 934 m note)
adamantine
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by adamantine »

1. currently i try to get the following order of notes on the left side of status bar:

- selected items (quantity)
- selected folders (quantity)
- selected files (quantity)
- selected items (size)
           a big delimiter for visual conveniency
- all items (quantity)
- all folders (quantity)
- all files (quantity)
- all items (size)

this is the experimental idea: to have all these 8 notes constantly visible
so that the content of the left side was not horizontally 'jumping' so often (and so much)

so with these ini-lines:...
statusbar_format=
#ifs:<#selection-count:==0,0,#selection-count:==1,1,#selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#selection-count:,#,###>>
#ifs:<#folder-selection-count:==0,0 folder,#folder-selection-count:==1,1 folder,#folder-selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#folder-selection-count:,#,###> folders>
#ifs:<#file-selection-count:==0,0 file,#file-selection-count:==1,1 file,#file-selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#file-selection-count:,#,###> files>
#total-selection-size:

#ifs:<#result-count:==0,0,#result-count:==1,1,#result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#result-count:,#,###>>
#ifs:<#folder-result-count:==0,0 folder,#folder-result-count:==1,1 folder,#folder-result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#folder-result-count:,#,###> folders> #ifs:<#file-result-count:==0,0 file,#file-result-count:==1,1 file,#file-result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#file-result-count:,#,###> files>
#total-result-size:

 
statusbar_selection_format=
#ifs:<#selection-count:==0,0,#selection-count:==1,1,#selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#selection-count:,#,###>>
#ifs:<#folder-selection-count:==0,0 folder,#folder-selection-count:==1,1 folder,#folder-selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#folder-selection-count:,#,###> folders>
#ifs:<#file-selection-count:==0,0 file,#file-selection-count:==1,1 file,#file-selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#file-selection-count:,#,###> files>
#total-selection-size:

#ifs:<#result-count:==0,0,#result-count:==1,1,#result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#result-count:,#,###>>
#ifs:<#folder-result-count:==0,0 folder,#folder-result-count:==1,1 folder,#folder-result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#folder-result-count:,#,###> folders> #ifs:<#file-result-count:==0,0 file,#file-result-count:==1,1 file,#file-result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#file-result-count:,#,###> files>
#total-result-size:
 
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...strange and huge number appears as the 4th part of status bar:         18446744073709551615

the other big number (980040917) is correct: it's the size in bytes         (it's unwanted to see the size in bytes, but technically the size is correct)

i tried to solve the issue myself by altering the ini-file:
 
 
2. with these ini-lines:...           (in statusbar_format=       the 0 b note was added      instead of the #total-selection-size: note)
statusbar_format=
#ifs:<#selection-count:==0,0,#selection-count:==1,1,#selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#selection-count:,#,###>>
#ifs:<#folder-selection-count:==0,0 folder,#folder-selection-count:==1,1 folder,#folder-selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#folder-selection-count:,#,###> folders>
#ifs:<#file-selection-count:==0,0 file,#file-selection-count:==1,1 file,#file-selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#file-selection-count:,#,###> files>
0 b

#ifs:<#result-count:==0,0,#result-count:==1,1,#result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#result-count:,#,###>>
#ifs:<#folder-result-count:==0,0 folder,#folder-result-count:==1,1 folder,#folder-result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#folder-result-count:,#,###> folders> #ifs:<#file-result-count:==0,0 file,#file-result-count:==1,1 file,#file-result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#file-result-count:,#,###> files>
#total-result-size:

 
statusbar_selection_format=
#ifs:<#selection-count:==0,0,#selection-count:==1,1,#selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#selection-count:,#,###>>
#ifs:<#folder-selection-count:==0,0 folder,#folder-selection-count:==1,1 folder,#folder-selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#folder-selection-count:,#,###> folders>
#ifs:<#file-selection-count:==0,0 file,#file-selection-count:==1,1 file,#file-selection-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#file-selection-count:,#,###> files>
#total-selection-size:

#ifs:<#result-count:==0,0,#result-count:==1,1,#result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#result-count:,#,###>>
#ifs:<#folder-result-count:==0,0 folder,#folder-result-count:==1,1 folder,#folder-result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#folder-result-count:,#,###> folders> #ifs:<#file-result-count:==0,0 file,#file-result-count:==1,1 file,#file-result-count:#gt:1,#TEXT:<#file-result-count:,#,###> files>
#total-result-size:
 
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...the trick (with the manual addition of the 0 b note) seems to be working
because i only need to have the 0 b note in that place of status bar (when there are no selected items)
(when selected items exist, their size appears sans problems)

but later i noticed that the same strange and huge number appears as the 8th part of status bar:
when nothing is selected, like in the screen-shot-2 (but also when 2 or more items are selected)

(in the very end of statusbar_format=)      substituting the #total-result-size: note with the 0 b note doesn't help

added in ~10 minutes: the issue (with the 8th part of status bar) seems to be existing only if files are absent in result list
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

.strange and huge number appears as the 4th part of status bar: 18446744073709551615
#format-size: in the next alpha update should fix this.
This value is the largest size value which means the size is unknown.
I'll look into making this 0 instead.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Everything 1.5.0.1285a makes some changes to the custom statusbar format:

#property: values are now requested in a background thread.


#property: values will now use their raw unformatted values.
For example:
#length: => 1039713437
#attributes: => 8224
#date-taken: => 131404956760000000
#size: => 138810

Use one of the following formatting preprocessor functions:
#format-duration:
#format-file-attributes:
#format-filetime:
#format-size:

For example:
#format-duration:<#length:> => 01:43
#format-file-attributes:<#attributes:> => AI
#format-filetime:<#date-taken:> => 29/05/2017 11:11
#format-size:<#size:> => 136 KB

Unknown values will appear blank/empty.
For example, if #size: is not known, #size: will return blank/empty text. (instead of 18446744073709551615)
Formatting blank/empty text will also return blank/empty text.


Added a #total-selection-length: function.
Added a #total-result-length: function. (needs to be optimized)
#total-result-length: and #total-selection-length: require Length property indexing.


Added support for #child-count:
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by adamantine »

#total-result-length: and #total-selection-length:
thank you for these functions

 
is there a way to remove the following duplications?:
 
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in the upper instance of et:      the 297 m info is shown twice in status bar (the left copy is desired, the right copy is unwanted)
in the lower instance of et:      the 4 40 g info is shown twice in status bar (the left copy is desired, the right copy is unwanted)

the right copies are always unwanted

deactivation of the show total size in status bar option is not a solution because it leads to a disappearance of both copies
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

In Everything 1.5.0.1286a #total-result-size: and #total-selection-size: will work when show total size in status bar is disabled.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by adamantine »

#total-result-size: and #total-selection-size: will work
thank you. they really work now. it may seem to be a small aspect, but to me this is a substantial improvement

i've partially reconsidered my approach concerning the info in status bar. its current state can be seen here:
 
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this screen-shot contains 5 instances of et:

1) nothing is selected. status bar displays:
quantity of all items, quantity of all folders, quantity of all files, size of all files (aka total size), duration of all audio-files

2) 1 audio-file is selected. status bar displays:
full path-name, size, date modified, duration, bits, kh, channels

3) 1 folder is selected. status bar displays:
full path-name, size, date modified, quantity of all items that are inside of this folder (the 'contains' word is used here)

 
4) 3 folders are selected. status bar displays 2 areas that are visually separated:
- quantity of all items, quantity of all folders, quantity of all files, size of all files, duration of all audio-files
- quantity of selected items, quantity of selected folders, quantity of selected files, size of selected folders

5) 4 files are selected. status bar displays 2 areas that are visually separated:
- quantity of all items, quantity of all folders, quantity of all files, size of all files, duration of all audio-files
- quantity of selected items, quantity of selected folders, quantity of selected files, size of selected files, duration of selected audio-files
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by JTB3 »

[BUG REPORT] Hi David,
Starting after Everything-1.5 Alpha build 1284, It appears that some of the #<property-name>: values being returned are now getting distorted. I noticed that my custom 'Single-Selection Status Bar' code is now producing erroneous values for the following #<property-name>'s:
  • #dimensions: now returns a value of '4294967295x4294967295' instead of a 'null' value (try selecting a folder or non-media or image file that has no dimensions using my code below).
  • #length: now returns some kind of integer value (for example, .mp3 file with a length of '5:34' is displayed as '3340277551'
These are the two 'property-name' values that I noticed immediately. There may be others that are also negatively being affected. I noticed this behavior all started happening in subsequent Alpha versions after v1284.

Here is my Single-Selection Status Bar code that demonstrates the issue (try selecting any audio or video file and see what happens):

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/statusbar_selected_item_format= Selected:  $t | Size: $s#IF:<#len:<#length:>, | #length: #IF:<#elementcount:<#length:,#colon:>==3,h:,>m:s,>#IF:<#dimensions:, | #dimensions: px,>#IF:<#audiobitrate:, | Audio: #left:<#audiobitrate:,#len:<#audiobitrate:>-3> kbps,>#IF:<#videobitrate:, | Video: #left:<#videobitrate:,#len:<#videobitrate:>-3> kbps,> | Atr: $b | Modified: $m | Created: $c
The above code worked perfectly in Alpha versions up to and including v1284.

I hope you can get this functionality working again soon! Let me know if I can help with testing...
-JT :)
Last edited by JTB3 on Fri Dec 10, 2021 4:20 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Thanks for the bug report JTB3,

1285 added more control over formatting property values.
#property: now returns the raw property value.
Format the property values with one of the formatting functions.

Invalid dimensions showing as 4294967295x4294967295 (or 4294967295x0) will be fixed in the next alpha update.

For now, please replace #dimensions: with:
#if:<#or:<#exact:<#dimensions:,4294967295x4294967295>,#exact:<#dimensions:,4294967295x0>>,,#dimensions:>


For length, please use #format-duration:<#length:>

Fow now, please try the following format:

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/statusbar_selected_item_format= Selected:  $t | Size: $s#IF:<#length:, | #format-duration:<#length:> #IF:<#elementcount:<#format-duration:<#length:>,#colon:>==3,h:,>m:s,>#IF:<#if:<#or:<#exact:<#dimensions:,4294967295x4294967295>,#exact:<#dimensions:,4294967295x0>>,,#dimensions:>, | #dimensions: px,>#IF:<#audiobitrate:, | Audio: #left:<#audiobitrate:,#len:<#audiobitrate:>-3> kbps,>#IF:<#videobitrate:, | Video: #left:<#videobitrate:,#len:<#videobitrate:>-3> kbps,> | Atr: $b | Modified: $m | Created: $c
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Everything 1.5.0.1289a will now return an empty string for invalid dimensions when using the #dimensions: preprocessor function.

Please try the following statusbar format with this version:

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/statusbar_selected_item_format= Selected:  $t | Size: $s#IF:<#length:, | #format-duration:<#length:> #IF:<#elementcount:<#format-duration:<#length:>,#colon:>==3,h:,>m:s,>#IF:<#dimensions:, | #dimensions: px,>#IF:<#audiobitrate:, | Audio: #eval:<#audiobitrate:/1000> kbps>#IF:<#videobitrate:, | Video: #eval:<#videobitrate:/1000> kbps> | Atr: $b | Modified: $m | Created: $c

The following might also be useful:

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/statusbar_selected_item_format= Selected:  $t | Size: $s#IF:<#length:, | #eval:<#length:/36000000000>h#text:<#eval:<(#length:/600000000)%60>,00>m#text:<#eval:<(#length:/10000000)%60>,00>s>#IF:<#dimensions:, | #dimensions: px,>#IF:<#audiobitrate:, | Audio: #eval:<#audiobitrate:/1000> kbps>#IF:<#videobitrate:, | Video: #eval:<#videobitrate:/1000> kbps> | Atr: $b | Modified: $m | Created: $c
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by JTB3 »

void wrote: Fri Dec 10, 2021 1:27 am Thanks for the bug report JTB3,

1285 added more control over formatting property values.
#property: now returns the raw property value.
Format the property values with one of the formatting functions.

Invalid dimensions showing as 4294967295x4294967295 (or 4294967295x0) will be fixed in the next alpha update.
For length, please use #format-duration:<#length:>
For now, please try the following format:

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/statusbar_selected_item_format= Selected:  $t | Size: $s#IF:<#length:, | #format-duration:<#length:> #IF:<#elementcount:<#format-duration:<#length:>,#colon:>==3,h:,>m:s,>#IF:<#if:<#or:<#exact:<#dimensions:,4294967295x4294967295>,#exact:<#dimensions:,4294967295x0>>,,#dimensions:>, | #dimensions: px,>#IF:<#audiobitrate:, | Audio: #left:<#audiobitrate:,#len:<#audiobitrate:>-3> kbps,>#IF:<#videobitrate:, | Video: #left:<#videobitrate:,#len:<#videobitrate:>-3> kbps,> | Atr: $b | Modified: $m | Created: $c
Wow, David! - Thanks so much for the fast response on this! - AND for fixing the null #dimensions issue in v1289...
I incorporated all of your suggestions. Here are my latest tweaks:

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/statusbar_selected_item_format= Selected:  $t | Size: $s#IF:<#dimensions:, | #dimensions: px,>#IF:<#length:, | #format-duration:<#length:> #IF:<#elementcount:<#format-duration:<#length:>,#colon:>==3,h:,>m:s,>#IF:<#audiobitrate:, | Audio: #eval:<#audiobitrate:/1000> kbps,>#IF:<#videobitrate:, | Video: #eval:<#framerate:/1000> fps#comma: #eval:<#videobitrate:/1000> kbps,> | Atr: $b | Modified: $m | Created: $c
Many thx again! (and I'm sorry I slipped and called you 'Andrew' in my earlier post) :)
-JT
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by raccoon »

$total-result-size: no longer returns any value in /statusbar_selection_format
Using 1305a. Can someone please verify with the current alpha?

test:
/statusbar_selection_format=$total-selection-size: of $total-result-size: selected.

test:
/statusbar_selection_format=#total-selection-size: of #total-result-size: selected.

reset:
/statusbar_selection_format=

Also, $total-selection-size: adds together sizes of files and folders recursively so that the selection can be in the petabytes. It's not terribly useful. And I don't know what an elegant solution would look like, but somehow the Statusbar Size gets a less insane value.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Thanks for the bug report raccoon,

I have not been able to produce the issue my end.


This can occur if the size for all results is unknown.
For example, search for:

size:unknown



This can occur if you disable size indexing under Tools -> Options -> Indexes -> Index file size.



Does $total-result-size: ever return an empty string where $total-selection-size: returns a non-empty string?


Also, $total-selection-size: adds together sizes of files and folders recursively so that the selection can be in the petabytes. It's not terribly useful. And I don't know what an elegant solution would look like, but somehow the Statusbar Size gets a less insane value.
Previous versions would only add files.
However, I had countless requests to include folder sizes too.

Current versions will just add up the size of each selected item (including the total folder size)

Removing duplicated files from the selection size is unfeasible.

The issue only really exists when you select files and folders.
Usually you are only selecting just files or just folders.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by raccoon »

void wrote: Mon Apr 11, 2022 4:05 am Does $total-result-size: ever return an empty string where $total-selection-size: returns a non-empty string?
This is indeed the issue yes. $total-selection-size: is always non-empty and $total-result-size: is always empty.
I should have given an example.

/statusbar_selection_format=$total-selection-size: of $total-result-size: selected.
123456789 of selected.

I do have Index File Size enabled, with no size:unknown results.
The issue only really exists when you select files and folders. Usually you are only selecting just files or just folders.
Very true, good point.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by raccoon »

If I sit with items selected for a number of minutes, the status bar updates as monitoring updates arrive. $total-result-size: spews arbitrary huge random numbers that don't correlate with anything, or just 0 (instead of blank). I have tried in small folders, with files only, eg: "T:\test\" files:

after rebuilding index, restarting everything, same condition.
after updating to 1309a, same condition.

New observation: $total-selection-size: rolls over from 9,221,992,108,563 to negative -9,223,131,669,354 when selecting real files. This would appear to be a signed 64-bit value, if we drop the right-six digits. 9,223,372,036,854[,775,800].
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Thanks for the details.

I'm looking into the issue.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by raccoon »

Oh. The 64-bit wrap around happens when using #TEXT:$total-selection-size:,#,### but not when using $total-selection-size: naked. I had only added #TEXT:,#,### to count digits; all the previous observations were with naked variables.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Everything 1.5.0.1310a fixes an overflow issue with large numbers and the text preprocessor function:

[text:999999999999999,"#,###"]



Everything 1.5.0.1310a fixes an issue with the status bar showing the incorrect total size.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by raccoon »

Thanks for the fix!

Did anything else change in the statusbar or preprocessor formatting syntax limitations? Am I going to have to become less sloppy?

This now produces errant ">" and "###" strings and eats some "(". Major differences from the previous version.

/statusbar_selection_format=Selected #if:<$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,#TEXT:$selection-count:,#,### of> #TEXT:$result-count:,#,### #ifs:<$folder-result-count:==0,files.,$file-result-count:==0,folders.,1,objects. (#if:<$file-selection-count:==$file-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$file-selection-count:,#,### of> #TEXT:$file-result-count:,#,### files#comma: #if:<$folder-selection-count:==$folder-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,#,### of> #TEXT:$folder-result-count:,#,### folders.)> Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>.#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024, (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,#,### of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,#,### bytes.)>

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/statusbar_selection_format=Selected #if:<$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,#TEXT:$selection-count:,#,### of> #TEXT:$result-count:,#,### #ifs:<$folder-result-count:==0,files.,$file-result-count:==0,folders.,1,objects.  (#if:<$file-selection-count:==$file-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$file-selection-count:,#,### of> #TEXT:$file-result-count:,#,### files#comma: #if:<$folder-selection-count:==$folder-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,#,### of> #TEXT:$folder-result-count:,#,### folders.)>    Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>.#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024,  (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,#,### of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,#,### bytes.)>
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

, will now break out of a term if it is in a nested call.

Please try:

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/statusbar_selection_format=Selected #if:<$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,#TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###" #ifs:<$folder-result-count:==0,files.,$file-result-count:==0,folders.,1,objects. (#if:<$file-selection-count:==$file-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$file-selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$file-result-count:,"#,###" files#comma: #if:<$folder-selection-count:==$folder-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$folder-result-count:,"#,###" folders.)> Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>.#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024, (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,"#,###" of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,"#,###" bytes.)>
Note: I have just put all references of #,### in quotes.



I will improve the preprocessor in the next alpha update so your old syntax will still work.
(, shouldn't break when inside a new #text:<> call)
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by raccoon »

Thanks. Yeah, I suspected you changed how #text was being read based on your earlier example of "#,###", but thought it was weird since it worked fine for so long. I had escaped a literal #comma: so it wouldn't ruin an #if, but I guess without brackets (<>) or quotes ("") I guess it puts stress on the parser since #TEXT is a 2-parameter function that should only have 1 comma of its own.

Thanks!

Edit: deleted dumb question.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by raccoon »

@void: How would you feel about more parity between $total-selection-size: and $total-result-size:? Both do their own thing and it's confusing that they don't behave alike when counting file and folder sizes. I don't have a special preference on whether it be file size only, or file + folder sizes, as long as they're the same.

$total-result-size:
  • Never counts folder sizes. If searching with the folders: verb $total-result-size: is always 0.
$total-selection-size:
  • Counts file + folder sizes. If selecting all results, file sizes and folder sizes are added together to at least double or more the actual index size.
I don't know what's best, but it's annoying that the two numbers are unrelated and never equal unless using the files: verb.

Maybe adding additional $file-*-size: and $folder-*-size: variables could be useful? $folder-result-size:, $file-result-size:, $folder-selection-size, $file-selection-size:.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Everything 1.5.0.1311a adds a $total-file-selection-size: property.

Thank you for the suggestion.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by Thy Grand Voidinesss »

I would like to suggest a GUI for adjusting those Status Bar display options - i.e. adding an entry like

Tools > Options > General > Status Bar

with features / inner-workings like:



A] For convenience it should have visual form similar to

Tools > Options > General > Keyboard

i.e. containing two big boxes / sub-windows. In one there would be a list of [irremovable] ready to use expressions, e.g. $folder-result-count: - while the second would hold [removable] user's choices. If user would want to see in Status Bar this $folder-result-count: then user would click Add button - and Remove button to get rid of it from the Status Bar

There also should be buttons for moving Up and Down user's choices; and also dragging with mouse selected [even multiple] expressions should move them up and down



B] This whole

Tools > Options > General > Status Bar

entry should have either sub-entries or tabs to accommodate a situation when:
- a single item is selected
- multiple items are selected
- no item is selected

Although being able to see at the same time all of those three versions of settings for Status Bar would allow for an easy way of unifying them [and comparing differences between them]. And in a situation when all of those elements would bloat the window, a user could just maximize it or scroll down to see all the content [sub-windows, buttons, check-boxes etc.]. But despite this, there could also be an option for coping of chosen settings from one version to another, thus allowing for extra quick cloning of settings, thus removing a need to built them from scratch



C] Although such $folder-result-count: expression [when no item is selected] is readable / understandable there is also [when a single item is selected] e.g. the $o which stands for Total result count. Thus it would be more convenient [even for experienced users] to be able to see something like Number Of Folders or Count Number - Folders and just Total Result Count

Alternatively some form of text description could be utilized for such coded expressions like this $folder-result-count: and $o, but I do not know where or how exactly. Maybe they should have a form of a simple plain list or pop-up balloon showing up when hovering over a given expression?
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

I will consider a UI for customizing the status bar.

Thank you for the suggestion.
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

Everything 1.5.0.1347a improves status bar formatting.

Added format codes:
$o = formatted result count.
$x = formatted selection count.
$z = formatted total size.



The default formats are now:
statusbar_format=$o items | [formatsize:$total-result-size:,0]
statusbar_selected_item_format=$o | Size: $s | Date Modified: $m | Path: $p
statusbar_selection_format=$o items | $x items selected | $z
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by Thy Grand Voidinesss »

What is the difference between

$s = size

and

$z = formatted total size

?
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by tuska »

Hi,

Below I have listed a few parameters which are present in Everything.ini
and were filtered out in connection with the term "statusbar" in a text editor.

1. statusbar_format | STANDARD status bar

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statusbar_format=#if:<#result-count:==1,1 item,#TEXT:<#result-count:,#,###> items> (#TEXT:<#file-result-count:,#,###> files, #TEXT:<#folder-result-count:,#,###> folders)
3., 5. statusbar_selection_format | MULTI-SELECTION status bar

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statusbar_selection_format=Selected #if:<$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,#TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###" #ifs:<$folder-result-count:==0,files.,$file-result-count:==0,folders.,1,items. (#if:<$file-selection-count:==$file-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$file-selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$file-result-count:,"#,###" files#comma: #if:<$folder-selection-count:==$folder-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$folder-result-count:,"#,###" folders.)> Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>.#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024, (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,"#,###" of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,"#,###" bytes.)>
2., 4. statusbar_selected_item_format | SINGLE-SELECTION status bar
statusbar_selected_item_format=

show_selected_item_in_statusbar=1
include_selected_folder_size_in_statusbar=1
show_size_in_statusbar=1
statusbar_size_format=0
statusbar_sizegrip=1
statusbar_high=0
statusbar_pos=-10
statusbar_filter=1
statusbar_omit=1
statusbar_total_size=1

I would like to achieve the following displays in the status bar, e.g.:
  1. 599 042 items (482 305 files, 116 737 folders) - NO line marked - bottom right: 616.11 GB ...
    Status bar - bottom right: statusbar_total_size=1
    When I start Everything, I get this view. I consider this point as done.
    ⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺
  2. Clicking on a single folder - only ONE line selected - brings the following, for example:
    599 042 items | Size: 15,20 KB | Date Modified: 07.07.2022 14:46 | Date Created: 07.07.2022 14:46 | Date Accessed: 29.03.2023 22:53 |
    Path: C:\Users\... - bottom right: 15 bytes
    Desirable for me in this case would be the following:
    1 item (1 of 116 737 folders) | Size:.. | Date Modified:.. | Date Created:.. | Date Accessed:.. | Path:.. - bottom right: 15 bytes
     
  3. After marking 3 folders I get the following output in the status bar:
    Selected 3 of 116 737 folders. Size: 69,06 KB of . (70 720 of 0 bytes.) ... - bottom right: 69,06 KB
    Desirable for me would be the following displayed:
    Selected 3 of 599 042 items (0 of 482 305 files, 3 of 116 737 folders) | Size: 69,06 KB of 616,10 GB |
    ⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺⸺
  4. Clicking on a single file - only ONE line marked - brings e.g. the following:
    482 305 items | Extension: jpg | Size: 1,95 KB | Date Modified: 08.04.2023 23:31 | Date Created: 08.04.2023 23:31 |
    Date Accessed: 22.05.2023 19:50 | Path: D:\... - bottom right: 1,95 KB
    Desirable for me in this case would be the following:
    1 item (1 of 482 305 files) | Extension:.. | Size:.. | Date Modified:.. | Date Created:.. | Date Accessed:.. | Path: D:\... - bottom right: 1,95 KB
     
  5. After marking 3 files I get the following output in the status bar:
    Selected 3 of 482 305 files. Size: 13,38 KB of 616,11 GB. ... - bottom right: 13,38 KB
    Desirable for me would be the following displayed:
    Selected 3 of 599 042 items (3 of 482 305 files, 0 of 116 737 folders) | Size: 13,38 KB of 616,11 GB |
As I am unable to adjust the CODE above accordingly, I'd like to ask for your support.
Last edited by tuska on Sat May 27, 2023 3:18 am, edited 1 time in total.
Thy Grand Voidinesss
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by Thy Grand Voidinesss »

void wrote: Thu Oct 21, 2021 5:41 am To customize the status bar format:
[...]
I suggest adding a variant of the

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$b
data - a one with white space [or any user defined sign] between its results of attributes that happen to be applied to an item; i.e. to make it possible for Status Bar to show e.g.
R A H

or lets say
R-A-H

or something like
R + A + H

instead of cramped
RAH


And maybe it would also be better to turn that display of data into alphabetical order, thus making my example to be shown [by default] as
ARH

?
void
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

What is the difference between

$s = size

and

$z = formatted total size

?
$s = formatted size of the single selected item. (this code is only useful for the statusbar_selected_item_format)
$z = formatted total selection size (or total result size if no selection - except this is currently broken in 1347a)


1 item (1 of 116 737 folders) | Size:.. | Date Modified:.. | Date Created:.. | Date Accessed:.. | Path:.. - bottom right: 15 bytes
1 item (1 of 482 305 files) | Extension:.. | Size:.. | Date Modified:.. | Date Created:.. | Date Accessed:.. | Path: D:\... - bottom right: 1,95 KB
Set statusbar_selected_item_format to:

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1 item (1 of [if:$folder-selection-count:,[text:$folder-result-count:,"#,###"] folders,[text:$file-result-count:,"#,###"] files])[if:$file-selection-count:," | Extension: "$extension:] | Size:$s | Date Modified: $m | Date Created: $c | Date Accessed: $a | Path: $p

Selected 3 of 599 042 items (0 of 482 305 files, 3 of 116 737 folders) | Size: 69,06 KB of 616,10 GB |
Selected 3 of 599 042 items (3 of 482 305 files, 0 of 116 737 folders) | Size: 13,38 KB of 616,11 GB |
Your statusbar_selection_format is mostly correct.

Set statusbar_selection_format to:

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Selected #if:<$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,#TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###" #ifs:<$folder-result-count:==0,files.,$file-result-count:==0,folders.,1,items (#if:<$file-selection-count:==$file-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$file-selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$file-result-count:,"#,###" files#comma: #if:<$folder-selection-count:==$folder-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$folder-result-count:,"#,###" folders)> | Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024, (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,"#,###" of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,"#,###" bytes)>

R + A + H
You can format the attributes anyway you like:

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[trim:[if:$attributes:&0x20," + A"][if:$attributes:&0x800," + C"][if:$attributes:&0x10," + D"][if:$attributes:&0x4000," + E"][if:$attributes:&0x2," + H"][if:$attributes:&0x2000," + I"][if:$attributes:&0x400," + L"][if:$attributes:&0x400000," + M"][if:$attributes:&0x80," + N"][if:$attributes:&0x1000," + O"][if:$attributes:&0x80000," + P"][if:$attributes:&0x1," + R"][if:$attributes:&0x4," + S"][if:$attributes:&0x100," + T"][if:$attributes:&0x100000," + U"]," +"]
I will consider adding formatting codes to make this easier.
Thank you for the suggestion.
tuska
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by tuska »

2void
Thank you for your prompt support! :)
void wrote: Sat May 27, 2023 4:29 am Your statusbar_selection_format is mostly correct.

Set statusbar_selection_format to:

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Selected #if:<$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,#TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###" #ifs:<$folder-result-count:==0,files.,$file-result-count:==0,folders.,1,items (#if:<$file-selection-count:==$file-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$file-selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$file-result-count:,"#,###" files#comma: #if:<$folder-selection-count:==$folder-result-count:,all,#TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,"#,###" of> #TEXT:$folder-result-count:,"#,###" folders)> | Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024, (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,"#,###" of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,"#,###" bytes)>
... shows the following for files:
Selected 3 of 481 546 files. | Size: 19,80 KB of 616,06 GB
... shows the following for folders: OK :)
Selected 3 of 597 136 items (0 of 481 547 files, 3 of 115 589 folders) | Size: 69,06 KB of 616,06 GB

But I would like the following for files, please:
Selected 3 of 599 042 items (3 of 482 305 files, 0 of 116 737 folders) | Size: 13,38 KB of 616,11 GB

Therefore, please ask for help again.
void
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

I see you have tests in your formatting when there's no folder results.

Please try either of the following variations:

Selected 3 of 599 042 items (3 of 482 305 files, no folders) | Size: 13,38 KB of 616,11 GB

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Selected [if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] items ([if:$file-result-count:,[if:$file-selection-count:==$file-result-count:,all,[TEXT:$file-selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$file-result-count:,"#,###"],no] files, [if:$folder-result-count:,[if:$folder-selection-count:==$folder-result-count:,all,[TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$folder-result-count:,"#,###"],no] folders) | Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024, (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,"#,###" of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,"#,###" bytes)>


Selected 3 of 599 042 items (3 of 482 305 files, 0 of 0 folders) | Size: 13,38 KB of 616,11 GB

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Selected [if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] items ([TEXT:$file-selection-count:,"#,###"] of [TEXT:$file-result-count:,"#,###"] files, [TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,"#,###"] of [TEXT:$folder-result-count:,"#,###"] folders) | Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024, (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,"#,###" of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,"#,###" bytes)>


Selected 3 of 599 042 files | Size: 13,38 KB of 616,11 GB

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Selected [if:!$folder-result-count:,[if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] files,[if:!$file-result-count:,[if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] folders,[if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] items ([TEXT:$file-selection-count:,"#,###"] of [TEXT:$file-result-count:,"#,###"] files, [TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,"#,###"] of [TEXT:$folder-result-count:,"#,###"] folders)]] | Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024, (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,"#,###" of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,"#,###" bytes)>
tuska
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by tuska »

Thank you!
Here are the results - multiple items selected:

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/statusbar_selection_format=Selected [if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] items ([if:$file-result-count:,[if:$file-selection-count:==$file-result-count:,all,[TEXT:$file-selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$file-result-count:,"#,###"],no] files, [if:$folder-result-count:,[if:$folder-selection-count:==$folder-result-count:,all,[TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$folder-result-count:,"#,###"],no] folders) | Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024, (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,"#,###" of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,"#,###" bytes)>
- Search query for folders: blank
  Selected 3 of 597 176 items (0 of 481 587 files, 3 of 115 589 folders) | Size: 69,06 KB of 616,06 GB
- Search query for files: blank
  Selected 3 of 597 176 items (3 of 481 587 files, 0 of 115 589 folders) | Size: 271,79 KB of 616,06 GB

- Search query for folders: folders:
  Selected 3 of 115 589 items (no files, 3 of 115 589 folders) | Size: 69,06 KB of (70 720 of 0 bytes) -> 616,06 GB <- not possible!
- Search query for files: files:
  Selected 3 of 481 587 items (3 of 481 587 files, no folders) | Size: 69,93 KB of 616,06 GB

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/statusbar_selection_format=Selected [if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] items ([TEXT:$file-selection-count:,"#,###"] of [TEXT:$file-result-count:,"#,###"] files, [TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,"#,###"] of [TEXT:$folder-result-count:,"#,###"] folders) | Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024, (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,"#,###" of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,"#,###" bytes)>
- Search query for folders: blank
  Selected 3 of 597 174 items (0 of 481 585 files, 3 of 115 589 folders) | Size: 69,06 KB of 616,06 GB
- Search query for files: blank
  Selected 3 of 597 174 items (3 of 481 585 files, 0 of 115 589 folders) | Size: 102,00 KB of 616,06 GB

- Search query for folders: folders:
  Selected 3 of 115 589 items (0 of 0 files, 3 of 115 589 folders) | Size: 69,06 KB of (70 720 of 0 bytes) -> 616,06 GB <- not possible!
- Search query for files: files:
  Selected 3 of 481 585 items (3 of 481 585 files, 0 of 0 folders) | Size: 13,38 KB of 616,06 GB

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/statusbar_selection_format=Selected [if:!$folder-result-count:,[if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] files,[if:!$file-result-count:,[if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] folders,[if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] items ([TEXT:$file-selection-count:,"#,###"] of [TEXT:$file-result-count:,"#,###"] files, [TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,"#,###"] of [TEXT:$folder-result-count:,"#,###"] folders)]] | Size: #if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0 of >#FORMATSIZE:<$total-result-size:,0>#if:<$total-result-size:<=1024, (#if:<$total-selection-size:!=$total-result-size:,#TEXT:$total-selection-size:,"#,###" of >#TEXT:$total-result-size:,"#,###" bytes)>
- Search query for folders: blank
  Selected 3 of 597 176 items (0 of 481 587 files, 3 of 115 589 folders) | Size: 69,06 KB of 616,06 GB
- Search query for files: blank
  Selected 3 of 597 176 items (3 of 481 587 files, 0 of 115 589 folders) | Size: 15,16 KB of 616,06 GB

- Search query for folders: folders:
  Selected 3 of 115 589 folders | Size: 69,06 KB of (70 720 of 0 bytes) -> 616,06 GB <- not possible!
- Search query for files: files:
  Selected 3 of 481 587 files | Size: 13,38 KB of 616,06 GB
Last edited by tuska on Sat May 27, 2023 8:37 am, edited 1 time in total.
void
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Re: Status Bar Format

Post by void »

I've simplified the size format to:

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Selected [if:!$folder-result-count:,[if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] files,[if:!$file-result-count:,[if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] folders,[if:$selection-count:==$result-count:,all,[TEXT:$selection-count:,"#,###"] of] [TEXT:$result-count:,"#,###"] items ([TEXT:$file-selection-count:,"#,###"] of [TEXT:$file-result-count:,"#,###"] files, [TEXT:$folder-selection-count:,"#,###"] of [TEXT:$folder-result-count:,"#,###"] folders)]] | Size: [FORMATSIZE:$total-selection-size:,0] of [FORMATSIZE:$total-result-size:,0]
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