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Support and Feedback / commandline windows 10
« on: April 13, 2020, 15:41:21 »
Here I am again with more or less the same problem as in 2017

In Windows 10 on the taskbar I want to start MultiCommander according to my startup.ini
the commandline in 'Target' reads

"C:\Program Files\MultiCommander (x64)\MultiCommander.exe" -F="Startup.ini""

It looks like the " are wrong

has anyone got the corect version?

Although the function  looks K, I still wonder how to embed it in a script that:

runs through all files in a folder, moives them to a new folder, created beforehand
:mainFolder\ file_x.txt date= 10-10-2017
should land in folder w41 (being the weeknumber)
run through the filelist in a folder and ADD the weeknumber attribute (?) to the file

At this moment (27-03-2017) I am back to a situation as I started with.
Mathias' suggestion did not really help me.
How can  I calculate the weeknumber?

Any simple idea to script both the 'Move' action and the 'weeknum' calculation?
I would be very pleased

Support and Feedback / startup.ini
« on: January 07, 2017, 17:55:09 »
I think I am going nuts over this.
All I want is MC to start with 2 windows.
Left the G drive and the folder Mijn Documenten
Right The F drive.

Mij startup ini contains this

Code: [Select]
Path = "G:\"
Side = L
ShowTree = 1
Locked = 0

Path = "F:\mijn documenten"
Side = R
ShowTree = 1
Locked = 0

The commandline in windows 10 is:
"C:\Program Files\MultiCommander (x64)\MultiCommander.exe" -F= "Startup.ini""

WTH am I doing wrong??

Afterall I simplpy did the operation by hand.

Hello guys,

I am a bit familiar to vba scripting. What I would like to see/accomplished is that approx. 500 files are rearanged into specific (sub)folders named with the weeknumber of the files.
file[whatever]{date = 01-01-2016}  /week 1
file[whatever]{date = 08-01-2016}  /week 2
file[whatever]{date = 15-01-2016}  /week 3
file[whatever]{date = 01-22-2016}  /week 4
file[whatever]{date = 01-29-2016}  /week 6

NEW situation
MainFolder/Week_1/file[whatever]{date = 01-01-2016}
MainFolder/Week_1/file[whatever]{date = 02-01-2016}
MainFolder/Week_1/file[whatever]{date = 03-01-2016}
MainFolder/Week_1/file[whatever]{date = 04-01-2016}

So, I need to calculate the weeknumber of each file,
use this number to:
Create a new folder with the name"Week" &[weeknumber] /one time operation for files concerned
Move the files within this weeknumber period to the newly created folder.

Jumping through the whole list of files in the [main] folder.

is it possible?
How to accomplish?

Any help would be appreciated.

Perhaps it might be an extra 'tool' as well for MC

Support and Feedback / MC fully take over win explorer
« on: August 11, 2016, 18:08:18 »
Dear Forum members,

Is it possible to have MC as 'standard' explorer?
(I mean a full take over, so that win explorer is NOT being used at all)
If so

How to?

Support and Feedback / Re: Start up with folder tree openend
« on: July 27, 2016, 19:56:04 »
perhaps the order makes the last one active?
so put the active window in last position

Support and Feedback / Re: Start up with folder tree openend
« on: July 27, 2016, 13:28:30 »
C:\Program Files\Multicommander (x64)\startup.ini
In the box in Shortcut I types a ' too much, yet antorher typo.
full command is now:
"C:\Program Files\MultiCommander (x64)\MultiCommander.exe" -F="startup.ini"

Support and Feedback / Re: Start up with folder tree openend
« on: July 26, 2016, 18:32:34 »

Apparently it is NOT working.
I corrected the mistake (typo)
But, if I change the multicommander to another drive while lookiung for a file and I close the application, reopen it, the desired foilders/drives are not according to the ini file.
(See enclosed file)
Does the ini file need " or ' around the folder name?

Support and Feedback / Re: Start up with folder tree openend
« on: July 26, 2016, 07:50:07 »
Ahhh silly me!! it was the space!
Thanks a lot
I must have overlooked that.
topic can be closed

Support and Feedback / Re: Start up with folder tree openend
« on: July 25, 2016, 21:25:19 »
I made the following file:



Path=F:\Mijn Documenten\


C:\Program Files\MultiCommander (x64)\

Commandline in shortcut:
"C:\Program Files\MultiCommander (x64)\MultiCommander.exe" -F=" startup.ini"
It is not working as supposed to.

What mistake did I make?

Thanks for your help so far

Support and Feedback / Start up with folder tree openend
« on: July 24, 2016, 17:07:42 »
Perhaps I am dumb, but I want to open MC, showing a specifried drive AND it's folderlist.
I seem to be blind or so, but I cannot find te setting.
I use windows 7 64 bit

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