RE: [NTB] Show Open Dialog Box in specific Directory
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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
Sent: Friday, May 06, 2005 12:51 AM
Subject: [NTB] Show Open Dialog Box in specific Directory
I made this akward contruction to see all my files in a DIR:
^!KEYBOARD ALT+F O Tab Tab Tab Tab Tab D DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN
Enter Tab Tab Tab DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN Enter DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN
DOWN DOWN DOWN Enter DOWN Enter
I'm sure there must be a simpler way to jump directly into a folder to
choose the file I want to open.
But how can I do this?
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- Hi hwitche,
>Dear Nottabbers,That be we, says I, matey. If it pleases you, Captain, belay that
"Dear" part for the dear lassies on the list. :-)
>I made this akward contruction to see all my files in a DIR:Please sign up for the Clips list to discuss Clips. Yes, there is
>^!KEYBOARD ALT+F O Tab Tab Tab Tab Tab D DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN
>DOWN Enter Tab Tab Tab DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN Enter DOWN DOWN DOWN
>DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN Enter DOWN Enter
>I'm sure there must be a simpler way to jump directly into a
>folder to choose the file I want to open.
a much easier route to take. Probably a few. Please, do read the
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- Op vrijdag 6 mei 2005 06:50 schreef hwitche:
> I made this akward contruction to see all my files in a DIR:You can prefix the file name with the path name, or enter a path name only to jump to the directory.
> OPEN "THE_FOLDER"
> ^!KEYBOARD ALT+F O Tab Tab Tab Tab Tab D DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN
> Enter Tab Tab Tab DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN Enter DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN
> DOWN DOWN DOWN Enter DOWN Enter
> I'm sure there must be a simpler way to jump directly into a folder to
> choose the file I want to open.
> But how can I do this?