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TC shows "size on disk" in "size" column. I can use ShellDetails for instance, but I also want the dynamic size display (x.x k/M/G) that is not provided by the shell.

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Did you search through or post your question on the support forum? – Jan Doggen Jul 3 '13 at 19:17
@JanDoggen: thanks.. nothing there. I assume that requesting a feature won't really help in the next 3 years, since TC new features appearances are quite rare... – Tar Jul 7 '13 at 18:56
Not sure there's features left to put in TC ;-) It's already loaded with 'em. – Jan Doggen Jul 7 '13 at 19:01
I agree, @JanDoggen, except for one little feature - showing actual file size in dynamic format (x.x k/M/G)... :-P – Tar Jul 8 '13 at 7:02

Do you mean you have set up a custom view and that you want dynamic sizes in the size column? I've done this by settings size to [=tc.size.bkMG2]

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