Bug in explorer status bar


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itooo

Hi Folks,

I just found out a very odd behaviour in the explorer status bar in
vista pro 32 bits french (at least).

When I select any file in the folder, the status bar shows "1 item
selected" and its size, fine.
1- Now lets refresh the view (using F5 or the "two arrows" button in
the address bar).
2- Select the same file again and, surprise, its size has doubled.

Repeat step 1 and 2, the file size grows, in multiples of its real
size (shown in the file's properties).

If you select another file, the size shown seems to be the multiplied
one of the first selected file added with the second file's real size.

Can someone else reproduce this bug on his machine ?
The only shell extension installed is the latest version of tortoise
svn client.

PS: I discovered this when I noticed a file recently created (ppt) had
a negative size (!), I refreshed and got this behaviour.
PPS : Of course this bug happens even after rebooting
 
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I

itooo

Hi Folks,

I just found out a very odd behaviour in the explorer status bar in
vista pro 32 bits french (at least).

When I select any file in the folder, the status bar shows "1 item
selected" and its size, fine.
1- Now lets refresh the view (using F5 or the "two arrows" button in
the address bar).
2- Select the same file again and, surprise, its size has doubled.

Repeat step 1 and 2, the file size grows, in multiples of its real
size (shown in the file's properties).

If you select another file, the size shown seems to be the multiplied
one of the first selected file added with the second file's real size.

Can someone else reproduce this bug on his machine ?
The only shell extension installed is the latest version of tortoise
svn client.

PS: I discovered this when I noticed a file recently created (ppt) had
a negative size (!), I refreshed and got this behaviour.
PPS : Of course this bug happens even after rebooting

I just installed SP1, the bug is still present.
 

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