Command Line issue - open 2+ Tabs in LEFT Panel

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Command Line issue - open 2+ Tabs in LEFT Panel

#1 Post by dbareis » 17.10.2017, 21:29

Hi,

No matter what I try only the second path opens, these are my latest attempts:

* FreeCommander.exe /N /T "c:\tmp" "%TEMP%"
* FreeCommander.exe /N /T /L="c:\tmp" /L="%temp%"
* FreeCommander.exe /N /Panel=L /T /L="c:\tmp" /L="%temp%"

What I want to do:

(1) Open multiple paths in the order I specify
(2) Single Pane view
(3) Maybe 2 pane view and multiple left/right tabs

Thanks
Dennis

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Re: Command Line issue - open 2+ Tabs in LEFT Panel

#2 Post by Marek » 19.10.2017, 18:00

If you have only one pane open:
- currently you should know which pane is open
- use -R= or -L= parameter; e.g. FreeCommander.exe /N /T -R="c:\tmp"
- in your case right pane is open, so the -L parameter does not work

There is currently no syntax for opening multiple paths on one site.
You could define layout with desired paths and use -Layout= parameter.

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Re: Command Line issue - open 2+ Tabs in LEFT Panel

#3 Post by dbareis » 21.10.2017, 05:09

I was hoping the /Layout parameter would point to a simple standalone ini or other text file which I could create on the fly but there appears to be only 1 layout file containing all layouts.

It doesn't seem like a viable option for command line usage (unless you knew which paths you wanted ahead of time).

It would seem like an obvious requirement to be able to specify multiple left & right tabs as well as being dead simple to implement.

You also mentioned that I need to know which panel is current, doesn't the "/Panel=L" switch ensure that I don't need to know?

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