Bob Timm wrote:
> if I have to make global changes, I then have to go into Windows Explorer
> and delete all the .BAK files in *every* directory so that I can clearly
> select proper files to ftp.
You might consider having bak files as something good. If you turn off the
bak-files and have not checked 'Undo after save' from the Option menue, you
can run into problems and then don't have a backup.
Webpages may not be that problem but I do coding and frequently use them -
although it's annoying to have them in the explorer view.
> As you can imagine, this is quite time-consuming. Is there any way to turn
> off the backup save option?
I can image that you don't know File Search from the Explorer :o)
- Go to the top directory
- press F3
- insert *.bak
- hit Enter
- press ctrl-a
- press del
Other way would be:
- make a batch file
del c:\*.bak /s
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