14749Re: [Clip] Encrypting Entire Subfolders
- Jan 31, 2006R Shapp wrote:
> Hi Jody, Harvey, bobbit:I see, it's part of your dos prompt. You opened the dos box in that folder.
> Thank you for your replies. Answering the simpler questions first:
> hrs said>>
> For my curiosity, is this command line entered into a Dos box prompt?
> It appears to have a redirection arrow > in it, is that correct?
> C:\Documents and Settings\RAS>c:\"program files\winrar\winrar" a -pabc
> -r test C:\temp\*.*
> The line above does not contain a redirection arrow.
> Jody said>>may never
> Simply run a Clip: ^!"c:\program files\winrar\winrar" a -pabc -r test
> This thing runs lightening fast. ...and, to my amazement, it worked!
> Apparently, ^! inserts what follows into the DOS box and runs it. I
> write another Batch file again!The ^! preceding the Winrar command is the old way of doing the ^!Shell
^!Shell "c:\program files\winrar\winrar" a -pabc -r test C:\temp\*.*
This line should work identically, look up ^!Shell in NoteTab Help.
> I will want to use this for lots of other jobs in future. Where inClip Help
> can I read about ^! ? I see dozens of commands that begin with ^!, but I^! is in help, under ^!CommandLine, it represents ^!"c:\program
> don't see a listing for ^! alone.
files\winrar\winrar", but as I said, it's the old way of using ^!Shell
> NoteTab is amazing!Ray,
> Ray Shapp
I downloaded a trial version of Winrar. After one becomes familiar with
it ease of use would probably improve. The GUI provides lots of
options, too many for me.
For something like you're doing I use my file manager, it supports
zipping and password protection if desired.
"Never Withhold Herpes Infection from Loved One"
hrs ø hsavage@...
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