Original published version.
Minor bug fixes
SequoiaView now reads system directories like Temporary Internet Files and Recycled.
Fixed bug crashing SequoiaView when reading directory information on some systems and color settings are now saved when exiting.
Tooltip stays up longer, fixed bugs related to reading of drive.
Fixed problems with scanning empty disks, disks larger than 2 TB and files larger than 4GB on NTFS systems.
Added squarified cushion treemap, sorting, read/write filters, and some minor enhancements like remembering window size.
Read saved structure from file instead of scanning again, scan part of disc, remembers a bit more (causing a separate version for XP), command line parameters supported
1.3 is available as win-zip file, will add 1.3XP as zip if there is any demand
Q: Will SequoiaView work under Vista ?
Q: Is the server down?
A: Please check your firewall. Nowadays when the server seems to be down, it is not. It is "just" a firewall refusing the download.
Q: Why is your program called 'SequoiaView'?
A: We are interested in the visualisation of large tree structures and since a sequoia is a prime example...
Q: Is the source for SequoiaView public, or will it be? If not, is there a component I can use?
A: No, the sources for SequoiaView are not publicly available and we currently do not have a component version.
Q: Will there be a Linux or Unix version of SequoiaView?
A: No, not in the near future. A workaround : SequoiaView can work in SuSE 8.1 using the WINE interface. There is also a SequoiaView like product for linux KDirStat
Q: Great program, but why can't I delete files?
A: Most people are not accustomed to viewing their filesystem in this way and we wouldn't want to be responsible for people accidentally deleting their files. Using the popup context menu under the right mouse button however, you can immediately access Windows explorer and delete any file you wish.
Q: Is SequoiaView in any other language ?
Q: SequoiaView crashes when it tries to read my disk. I get a blue screen and am returned to the Windows desktop.
A: This was a bug that occured on some systems that used older (1.1b and prior) versions of SequoiaView. Downloading the lastest version should fix this.
Q : Who developed SequoiaView?
Q : My question is not answered in this FAQ. What now?
A : Contact us at sequoia"@"win.tue.nl for comments or questions.