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by raffamaiden
30.03.2017, 21:31
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: ConEmu and admin privileges
Replies: 1
Views: 1978

ConEmu and admin privileges

Hi, I want to set ConEmu as my standard DOS console application So I got to Tools->Settings->View->DOS Prompt and in "DOS box command specification" I put the path to ConEmu The Tools->Dos box does start ConEmu, expect if it is set to run with admin priviledges That is, I right click on the ConEmu e...
by raffamaiden
06.11.2014, 00:03
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Sort by Name numeric ordering
Replies: 8
Views: 12816

Re: Sort by Name numeric ordering

In windows 8, you need first to do this 1) windows key + R (will open the "run dialog") 2) gpedit.msc 3) In the left pane, User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Windows Explorer (Windows 7) or File Explorer (Windows 8) 4) in the right pane, double lick on "turn off ...
by raffamaiden
08.08.2012, 08:33
Forum: Discussion
Topic: open multiple tab from command line
Replies: 9
Views: 6194

Re: open multiple tab from command line

You are right about my poor batch script. I apologize for that. Try my FCmenu.ahk script. You can open multiple folders in tabs from the commandline, that is, if you have authotkey installed. But it will open in the currently active pane, not just the left pane. I use this script myself. http://www...
by raffamaiden
06.08.2012, 11:04
Forum: Discussion
Topic: open multiple tab from command line
Replies: 9
Views: 6194

Re: open multiple tab from command line

Hey that works, thanks Karol! So, to make a summary 1) Open FreeCommanderXE, go to Tools->Settings, in the "General" tab check on the "Allow only one instance (needs restart)" option. Close FreeCommanderXE 2) Use the following script to open FreeCommanderXE with user customized multiple tabs. you ne...
by raffamaiden
06.08.2012, 09:14
Forum: Discussion
Topic: open multiple tab from command line
Replies: 9
Views: 6194

Re: open multiple tab from command line

The batch script you posted does not work. it opens the first instance of FreeCommander, but then the second command is executed only AFTER the first command has ended, that means you close the instance of FreeCommander already running. I have tried to set the Freecommander options to have only one ...
by raffamaiden
05.08.2012, 16:29
Forum: Discussion
Topic: open multiple tab from command line
Replies: 9
Views: 6194

open multiple tab from command line

I have free commander XE version 591 public preview. I want to open multiple tabs in the left pane from the command line. in the FAQ there is only a way to open a single tab. I have tried concatenating the different paths in the /L= options but have no success