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by nagylzs
23.12.2017, 15:22
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Use macros in the "DOS prompt" program setting
Replies: 0
Views: 73

Use macros in the "DOS prompt" program setting

Macros are not substituted for the "DOS prompt" program setting. It would be very good to be able to use them there too.

Details here:

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by nagylzs
23.12.2017, 13:59
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Relative file references are not normalized before they are used
Replies: 0
Views: 78

Relative file references are not normalized before they are used

I'm using FreeCommader in a portable installation. There is a directory that is synchronized across all of my computers, and FreeCommander is in a subfolder. I have several other portable apps installed, and I need to reference them relative to the FreeCommander installation. (Otherwise it would not...
by nagylzs
06.12.2017, 18:45
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: %ActivDir% does not work
Replies: 3
Views: 121

Re: %ActivDir% does not work

It seem that I can achieve what I want by:

* Creating a program link / tool in the favourites toolbar
* checking the "integrate" checkbox in general settings

But it would be very good if macros where available in the "DOS PROMPT" command line setting
by nagylzs
06.12.2017, 18:28
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: %ActivDir% does not work
Replies: 3
Views: 121

Re: %ActivDir% does not work

I wrote a program quickly that saves its arguments into a txt file. I set this program in FreeCommander for "DOS prompt" an this was dumped: test.exe %ActivDir% In other words, the %ActivDir% macro was not substituted at all. It was added to the arguments as-is. Is this a bug in FreeCommander? What ...
by nagylzs
06.12.2017, 08:16
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: %ActivDir% does not work
Replies: 3
Views: 121

%ActivDir% does not work

Hi! I'm trying to setup cmder ( http://cmder.net/ ) as my DOS prompt. The problem is that the %ActivDir% enviroment variable does not work. If I start the program from another command prompt, this way: c:\Program Files\cmder\Cmder.exe /START c:\Temp then it opens in c:\Temp But if I setup the DOS pr...