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Internal CommandLine commands


Mathias (Author):
The Command line field support some special internal commands.

*<external program>Start a external program as administrator, Eg "*cmd" starts a admin prompt at current path!<cmd / path>Normally Multi Commander will go to a path if it is enterd, Typing ! infront of the path will force the path/cmd to be opened by Windows Shellcd <path>Change directorymkdir <path>Create Foldercf <file>Create a new empty filealias <name>=<expanded to>Create a new alias, eg "alias d=d:\bin"alias2 <name>Create a new alias for current path, eg "alias2 d"topmost 1Change Multi Commander from being a always ontop. Use 1 to enable, else it will disable itaddlanguageUsed to add support for another language so that you can create new translationsimportcmdUsed to import a script command fast.dbg fologEnable full file operations loggingdbg fslogEnable full file system loggingdbg applogEnable fullapplication logging:saveSave all autoload settings for all tabs. Same save that is done before exit.:showhiddenChange the settings to show all system and hidden files:hidehiddenChange the settings to hide all system and hidden files:goappGo to the path where Multi Commander is started from:userdataGo to the path under the user account where Multi Commander saves data:gomcregGo to the path in registry used by Multi Commander:gologGo to the path where Multi Commander stored the log files:goconfigGo to the path where Multi Commander read/write the settings files.
Since v2.7 the following is also available

:boxGo to the location where you have your DropBox folder. (If you have DropBox installed):skyGo to the location where you have your SkyDrive folder. (If you have SkyDrive installed):deskGo to the desktop:dlGo to the Windows Download folder (No available on Windows XP/2003):ctcClear Thumbnail Cache - Will remove all thumbnail cache information stored in memory


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