Is there an option to colorize (within Define colors) only the last edited file inside a folder? i ask because i tend to change names between savings (name_v1, name_v2, name_v2_mod, ...) and sometimes is difficult to view fast what's the last working file (i could sort by Write date...but not so visual/fast)
Was thinking would be amazing to say "ey, colorize only the last saved file inside this folder"
This button jumps to the newest file in current dir.
Ein passendes Icon nach dem einfügen in die Buttonbar selbst definieren.
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TOTALCMD#BAR#DATA cmd.exe /k "for /f "usebackq delims=" %%f in (`dir /b /a-d /o-d`) do start "" "%%COMMANDER_EXE%%" /O /S /L="%%~ff\:" & exit" C:\Tools\Wincmd\Icons\Down-Blue.ico Newest File 1 -1
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1. Plugin Age 1.04
Double click on file "wdx_age_1.04.zip" to install this plugin.
2. Saved search, e.g. Modified_within-last-3-minutes
Plugin: age | Property: Changed | OP: < | Value: 3 | Minutes* --> adjustable!
3. Colour definition
Configuration > Options... > Color > Define colors by file type... > Add... > click on "Modified_within-last-3-minutes", OK
Choose a colour, e.g. blue > OK > OK > OK - FINISHED!
Refreshing a panel doesn't reset 'age' highlight colouring
I use a button with command: cm_GotoPreviousDir,cm_GotoNextDir,cm_RereadSource for this.
It is not exactly what you want, but also very helpful.
*EDIT: I'm sorry, I forgot to specify the parameter "Minutes".
The plugin method is working, but the color i define is overwritten but another color filter by extension, even that the plugin color is at the top...
EDITED: my fault, plugin is working fine, i thought the "3" value were minutes but looking into the .ini i saw are seconds
If you don't need high time precision, you can use "Define colors by file type…" and define selection for files/dirs not older then 0 (zero) days. It works properly when put on the top of the color list.
Andrzej P. Wozniak
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[Searches] Age < 1 hour_SearchFor= Age < 1 hour_SearchIn= Age < 1 hour_SearchText= Age < 1 hour_SearchFlags=0|000002000020|||1|0|||||0000| Age < 1 day_SearchFor= Age < 1 day_SearchIn= Age < 1 day_SearchText= Age < 1 day_SearchFlags=0|000002000020|||1|1|||||0000| [Colors] ColorFilter1=>Age < 1 hour ColorFilter1Color=16744576 ColorFilter1ColorDark=16744576,16744576 ColorFilter2=>Age < 1 day ColorFilter2Color=16711808 ColorFilter2ColorDark=16744448,16711808
Correct - no plugin - just the featrures in the "Advanced" tab of "Find Files"there you aren't using Age plugin, are you
I don't think I forgot - that would be the: ColorFilter2Color=16711808You forgot to put the "< 1 day" color right...?