"Term Here" in TC in CyanogenMod 11

Support for Android version of Total Commander

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"Term Here" in TC in CyanogenMod 11

Post by *ze7zez » 2018-02-16, 19:25 UTC

Terminal Emulator (jackpal.androidterm) allows you to use "Term Here" in file managers.

More info:
forum. xda-developers. com/showpost.php?p=75327096&postcount=4

Unfortunately, "Term Here" does not work in CyanogenMod 11 ( note, it's very important ) for Android version 4.4.4_r2 and above.

For example, in Total Commander instead of opening the selected directory with "Send to app"
and using the "stream:%P%N" parameters, the terminal window opens,
but the "cd folder_name" command is not executed correctly.
Instead, an unintelligible code appears in the terminal window:
1;100R

What is the mechanism of sending Total Commander parameters,
for example to the Terminal Emulator application?
Can an android user influence the way parameters are sent?
Thank you in advance for any suggestion and help that does not suggest changing the android version.
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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2018-02-19, 14:51 UTC

Data is sent via an Android Intent. Tap the ? in the button bar dialog to get details on available parameters. Normally the URL is sent as a file:// url via setData, but you can also send data via extra fields.
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