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command line output
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Where can I see the outputs of the commands, which were executed in the command line?

Is it possible to add such kind of panel?
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(08-09-2009, 05:41 PM)dmitryl Wrote: Where can I see the outputs of the commands, which were executed in the command line?

Is it possible to add such kind of panel?

No, you can't see such outputs. As a workaround I can suggest prepending your commands with "cmd /k ", if you need the outputs.

We're not Total Commander developers, so we can't add such panel.
You can post your request on http://ghisler.ch.
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(08-10-2009, 12:49 PM)m^2 Wrote:
(08-09-2009, 05:41 PM)dmitryl Wrote: Where can I see the outputs of the commands, which were executed in the command line?

Is it possible to add such kind of panel?

No, you can't see such outputs. As a workaround I can suggest prepending your commands with "cmd /k ", if you need the outputs.

We're not Total Commander developers, so we can't add such panel.
You can post your request on http://ghisler.ch.

ok, I typed "dir /k" but nothing was happend
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Quote:ok, I typed "dir /k" but nothing was happend
No Wink, you didn't understand. This particular command should look like this:

cmd /k dir

cmd /k has to go in front of any command you are going to execute if you wanna make the command prompt window to stay open.
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