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Copy/Move Utility - how integrate?
#1
Hi,

I have another Copy/Paste Utility, which I would like to integrate into TC. How should I do so? Could anybody provide some short instructions?

How would I invoke them from the F5/F6 buttons?

Thank you
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(08-09-2009, 04:32 AM)dmitryl Wrote: Hi,

I have another Copy/Paste Utility, which I would like to integrate into TC. How should I do so? Could anybody provide some short instructions?

How would I invoke them from the F5/F6 buttons?

Thank you

Configuration->Misc. There you have hotkey redefinition. Please ask if you need more details.
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(08-09-2009, 05:44 AM)m^2 Wrote:
(08-09-2009, 04:32 AM)dmitryl Wrote: Hi,

I have another Copy/Paste Utility, which I would like to integrate into TC. How should I do so? Could anybody provide some short instructions?

How would I invoke them from the F5/F6 buttons?

Thank you

Configuration->Misc. There you have hotkey redefinition. Please ask if you need more details.

My Copy/Paste utility requires a list of selected files/folders as an input parameter. So, how would I pass them there?

Thank you
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#4
(08-10-2009, 05:02 AM)dmitryl Wrote:
(08-09-2009, 05:44 AM)m^2 Wrote:
(08-09-2009, 04:32 AM)dmitryl Wrote: Hi,

I have another Copy/Paste Utility, which I would like to integrate into TC. How should I do so? Could anybody provide some short instructions?

How would I invoke them from the F5/F6 buttons?

Thank you

Configuration->Misc. There you have hotkey redefinition. Please ask if you need more details.

My Copy/Paste utility requires a list of selected files/folders as an input parameter. So, how would I pass them there?

Thank you
You need to create a new user command. Press the magnifier button. On the left select "usercmd.ini", press New. Type some name (i.e. em_copy), press OK. Then you have a definition of what is this command supposed to do. Press F1 to see detailed description of what parameters you can use.
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(08-10-2009, 12:44 PM)m^2 Wrote:
(08-10-2009, 05:02 AM)dmitryl Wrote:
(08-09-2009, 05:44 AM)m^2 Wrote:
(08-09-2009, 04:32 AM)dmitryl Wrote: Hi,

I have another Copy/Paste Utility, which I would like to integrate into TC. How should I do so? Could anybody provide some short instructions?

How would I invoke them from the F5/F6 buttons?

Thank you

Configuration->Misc. There you have hotkey redefinition. Please ask if you need more details.

My Copy/Paste utility requires a list of selected files/folders as an input parameter. So, how would I pass them there?

Thank you
You need to create a new user command. Press the magnifier button. On the left select "usercmd.ini", press New. Type some name (i.e. em_copy), press OK. Then you have a definition of what is this command supposed to do. Press F1 to see detailed description of what parameters you can use.

How do I pass a list of the selected files/folders there?
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#6
2dmitryl
Did you really read Help file (note about parameters)?

Quote:%L, %l, %F, %f, %D, %d, %WL, %WF, %UL, %UF create a list file in the TEMP directory with the names of the selected files and directories, and appends the name of the list file to the command line. The list is deleted automatically when the called program quits. 10 types of list files can be created:
%L Long file names including the complete path, e.g. c:\Program Files\Long name.exe
%l (lowercase L) Short file names including the complete path, e.g. C:\PROGRA~1\LONGNA~1.EXE
%F Long file names without path, e.g. Long name.exe
%f Short file names without path, e.g. LONGNA~1.EXE
%D Short file names including the complete path, but using the DOS character set for accents.
%d Short file names without path, but using the DOS character set for accents.
%UL, %UF like %L and %F, but with an UTF-8 Unicode list file (with byte order marker)
%WL, %WF like %L and %F, but with an UTF-16 Unicode list file (with byte order marker)
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