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by melvynadam
18.03.2008, 19:50
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: "no to all" on copy, and skip file on error
Replies: 39
Views: 51515

Thought I'd already covered this but it turns out I'd made a slight error. I had added FreeCommanderPortable.exe not the application itself. I found the \app folder and now everything works perfectly. I don't think I'll be spending much more time in Windows Explorer!
by melvynadam
14.03.2008, 15:09
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: "no to all" on copy, and skip file on error
Replies: 39
Views: 51515

What I did, without having to alter any .ini files was tell SuperCopier to handle the FreeCommander.exe process.... I`m not sure if this is the problem you are having though ? Not really. The goal is that I would like to use FreeCommander as a complete replacement for Windows Explorer. When using t...
by melvynadam
11.03.2008, 12:32
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: "no to all" on copy, and skip file on error
Replies: 39
Views: 51515

Any updates on SuperCopier2?

I've given up on copying or moving anything significant from within FreeCommander because I like SuperCopier2 too much. Any updates on how these two tools can coexist succesfully?
by melvynadam
03.03.2008, 11:10
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: "no to all" on copy, and skip file on error
Replies: 39
Views: 51515

Anyone?
by melvynadam
30.01.2008, 20:42
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: "no to all" on copy, and skip file on error
Replies: 39
Views: 51515

SuperCopier2 & FC?

I'd love to continue to use SuperCopier2 for moving and copying files but don't know the command line variables to use. Can anyone help out? If you're unfamiliar with SuperCopier2, you can go here for the application (scroll to the bottom for the latest beta): [this is my first post so I can't post ...