Wrong number of files to be/being copied when ignoring older files
Nautilus is reporting wrong number of files to be/being copied when I choose to ignore older files.
Way to reproduce:
- choose a large folder with lots of files and sub-folders and start a copy operation to, say, a flashdrive, and interrupt the operation.
- copy the folder again to the same location
- two dialogs will appear: "Merge folder" and "File conflict"
- In "Merge folder" dialog choose Merge and leave "Apply this action to all files and folders" checked.
- In "File conflict" choose Ignore and leave "Apply this action to all files and folders" checked.
- when the operation start, click in the little pie progress icon in the top right of the window
Natilus will present the usual copied/total counter but will start reducing the total files number as the operation procedes. This would be acceptable because many files have already been copied. Yet, at a certain point, the total files number stabilizes at a fixed number and the copyied files number continues to grow BEYOND total file number which makes things strange and doesn't allow the user to know when the operation will end.
I'm using Nautilus 3.26.4 in Ubuntu 18.04