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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2016 6:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Christian,

I'm not sure if this should be posted in this thread, but the author of Everything has posted a new version of the SDK, which implements support for more properties than before: file attributes, date created/modified/accessed, file and folder size, and also fast sorts of mentioned properties.

HTH.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2016 11:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

TC9 already uses the new SDK functions to get more properties from Everything. TC uses this when Everything 1.4 beta (or newer) is installed.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2016 3:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What I meant is that the previous 1.4 beta SDK has been updated recently (19/12/2016). I've done a quick compare of the source files and a lot has been changed. I thought that might of of interest. I have the feeling that Everything 1.4 is rapidly approaching stable.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 12:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

can someone describe how to integrate Everything 1.4 into TC 9.10

someone was suggesting on voidtools.com/forum around 2009(i suppose it is outdated) to add the following to Everything.ini:
Code:
open_folder_path_command=$exec("%COMMANDER_PATH%\TOTALCMD.EXE" /O /T /L="%1")
open_file_command=$exec("%COMMANDER_PATH%\TOTALCMD.EXE" /O /T /L="%1")
open_folder_command=$exec("%COMMANDER_PATH%\TOTALCMD.EXE" /O /T /L="%1")


then I saw this in the history document:
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27/11/2016 Added: Everything: Support named instances (Everything.exe -instance "somename"): wincmd.ini [Configuration] UseEverythingInstance=somename (32/64)


I am hoping to be able to use the following portable with TC9.10:
Quote:
Everything-1.4.1.877.x86.zip Portable x86 Multilingual 1198 KB


Someone might have done it already but I cannot find comprehensive and consistent instructions on how to use Everything 1.4 with TC 9.10

greatly appreciated
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 12:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

aabra1 wrote:
can someone describe how to integrate Everything 1.4 into TC 9.10

someone was suggesting on voidtools.com/forum around 2009(i suppose it is outdated) to add the following to Everything.ini:
Code:
open_folder_path_command=$exec("%COMMANDER_PATH%\TOTALCMD.EXE" /O /T /L="%1")
open_file_command=$exec("%COMMANDER_PATH%\TOTALCMD.EXE" /O /T /L="%1")
open_folder_command=$exec("%COMMANDER_PATH%\TOTALCMD.EXE" /O /T /L="%1")


then I saw this in the history document:
Quote:
27/11/2016 Added: Everything: Support named instances (Everything.exe -instance "somename"): wincmd.ini [Configuration] UseEverythingInstance=somename (32/64)


I am hoping to be able to use the following portable with TC9.10:
Quote:
Everything-1.4.1.877.x86.zip Portable x86 Multilingual 1198 KB


Someone might have done it already but I cannot find comprehensive and consistent instructions on how to use Everything 1.4 with TC 9.10

greatly appreciated

There is no context menu entry to configure in Everything for TC usage.
Install the actual Everything as a service and auto-start Everything.
Then you can select the Everything checkbox in TC search dialog and in options for Dir size calculation.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 1:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

2Horst.Epp
There is a context menu in Everything where anyone can configure settings for open files and folders, including with the help of TC Mr. Green
http://rgho.st/7plqdXCzF
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 4:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

thanks it works

I ended up configuring the following under Everything>Tools>Options>ContextMenu:
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Open(folders)=$exec("c:\_TC\TOTALCMD.EXE" /O /T /L="%1")
Open(files)=$exec("c:\_TC\TOTALCMD.EXE" /O /T /L="%1")
Open Path=$openpath("c:\_TC\TOTALCMD.EXE" /O /T /L="%1")


clearly it did not like %COMMANDER_PATH%
I had to use c:\_TC\ (TC installation folder)
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