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Re: cool features of Xtree Gold v:3.0 ...

Posted By: François Dupont <>
Date: Thursday, 29 October 1998, at 5:04 a.m.

In Response To: cool features of Xtree Gold v:3.0 ... (Mathias Winkler)

> /U ??? I guess you mean /V ?!!! (see also link below..)

You are right. I have some /V for removable medias but for specific tasks (like when i use SQLPlus for Oracle) i use the /U. With the appropriate configuration files...

PCX .BAT 33 .... 20-11-93 11:44:30
LZH .BAT 39 .... 4-12-93 4:59:16
PAK .BAT 12 .... 4-12-93 4:59:56
SQL .BAT 142 .... 29-08-94 18:01:52
WRI .BAT 292 .... 10-12-94 16:48:14
XLW .BAT 296 .... 10-12-94 16:48:56
XTG_MENU .OK 37.002 .... 25-05-96 18:32:06
JP~ .BAT 738 .... 27-09-96 10:43:10
JPG .BAT 757 .... 21-09-97 13:05:24
XTG_MENU .BAT 94 .a.. 30-08-98 16:03:12
XTGOLD .CFG 2.048 .a.. 1-10-98 12:38:26
XTG_MENU .DAT 37.226 .a.. 18-10-98 20:08:54
XTGOLD .HST 4.096 .a.. 28-10-98 22:10:52
XTGOLD .TMP 129.538 .a.. 28-10-98 22:10:52
XTGOLD .TOG 70 .a.. 28-10-98 22:10:52

I am able to use different instances of XTree Gold with appropriate menus in different colors - not too different, just enough to know instinctively in which instance i am. I keep those menus not too big. In low memory situation, i sometimes lose the last part of XTG_MENU.DAT. You know how much time it takes to optimize a useful batch file.

Btw, a switch for each menu item to tell XTree to free or not the memory before executing the batch would had been nice.

> Btw, for users running XTreeGold with_out the /xt switch, this is:
> SHIFT+Gray"-"

It is also true. I should have looked in those batch files before my writing. They all start XTree Gold with:
/xmt /zp

excuse my english,
thank you,
François

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