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TC7.02a/TOTALCMD.HLP/Drag & Drop/Drag to command line

 
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2008 8:39 am    Post subject: TC7.02a/TOTALCMD.HLP/Drag & Drop/Drag to command line Reply with quote

In the help page "Drag & Drop" the following text is listed:
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Drag a file to the command line to add its short (DOS) name to it. To add the long name, press Ctrl+Enter instead. Holding down Shift adds the name with full path.

This text is listed under "Examples for Drag&Drop:". In my opinion it should be listed above "Examples for Drag&Drop:". For instance just below the text
Quote:
The buttons View (F3), Edit (F4) and Delete (F8) can also be a target for Drag&Drop actions. The initiated actions are the same as if you just press the button(s) directly.


I also think the text is more clear when you reorder the lines of the text like this:
Quote:

Drag a file to the command line to add its short (DOS) name to it. Holding down Shift adds the name with full path. To add the long name(s), press Ctrl+Enter and Shift+Ctrl+Enter instead.
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