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Re: TOP TEN List Revisted

Posted By: Mathias Winkler <>
Date: Sunday, 22 November 1998, at 5:34 p.m.

In Response To: TOP TEN List Revisted (Dan LeGate)

> Hi all... I know it's been a while since I've posted. I've

We've been missing you! ;-)

> Top Ten Features Dan would like seen added to Ztree:

> 10. While [V]iewing files, Ctrl-5 would jump %50 (half-way
> down) the file being viewed, Ctrl-1: 10%, Ctrl-2: 20%, Ctrl-9: 90%,
> etc.

And/or add the XTree "Bookmark" function !

> 9. Tag from "here down" or from "here up"
> using Ctrl-Down and Ctrl-Up Arrow keys.

To tag files "from here down" just press and hold the "T"-key,
to tag files from the top to a certain point you have to release it
in good time ... ;-)

> 8. "New Date" feature should have a "Same As..."
> with F2 pointing ability at the file-level. (Pointing at file level
> can be established for several things: JFC, New Date, etc...? are
> there more?)

Interesting to see, that "xtree for UNIX Systems" since 1991 has exactly
this feature you're asking for, and it also uses the "F2"-key "to copy from file"
for any kind of file attributes (Datestamp, permissions, owner, group).

> 7. SizeSpec added to FileSpec: ">100000 would only show files between 100,000 and 150,000 bytes.

Again, "xtree for UNIX Systems" has this feature since 1991
You can use the Alt-Tag command and select between tag by:
Date, Permissions, Size (equal, less, or greater than a certain amount,
(again, with an F2-option "to copy from file"!)),
Owner, Group, Inode, Link-count, Node or Type !!

> 3. Mechanisms for: (if any of these already exist, let me know)
>
> ---a. Opening/Exploring the highlighted directory in Windows/Explorer

Hey, Dan, we can do that already on our own,
just use the F9 application menu and add an entry containing "explorer %1" !!!

> ---b. Copying the Highlighted directory name (path) into the
> Windows Clipboard
> ---c. Copying the Highlighted file name into the Windows Clipboard
>
> ---d. Copying the Highlighted file name AND path into the Windows
> Clipboard

Why not click on the "rectangle mark"-button at the Win95 toolbox bar,
mark the desired region, and then click on the "Copy"-button ??

> if any one wants to discuss any of these further, by all means,
> create a new topic and let's go!
> :)

Here we go!... ;-)

Regards
Mathias

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