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ZTree's MegaView on Junctions   [Tip]

By: Hartmut Schneider     Germany  
Date: Apr 20,2016 at 04:21
In Response to: Why don't these 3 programs agree with ZTree's 'J' list? (Doug Borg)

>
> ZTree identified 6 junctions that NTFSLinksView did not pick up. They were:
>
> C:\Users\All Users\Application Data
> C:\Users\All Users\Desktop
> C:\Users\All Users\Documents
> C:\Users\All Users\Favorites
> C:\Users\All Users\Start Menu
> C:\Users\All Users\Templates

While I tried this, I discovered that ZTree's MegaView function DOES support Junctions:
it lists the junction targets.




However, this detail is not yet described in ZTW.HLP.
Should be added in chapter 2.6 File Window Commands - Ctrl.

Currently it lists these:


Ctrl-F7 - Megaview. Display information for each file listed in the
File Window. Unlike F7 Autoview, this display mode shows a
single line of information for each file listed in the left
column. Different information will be displayed depending
on the type of file. Specific information is displayed for
the following file types:
Executable files - Name and version information is
displayed if found. These files are
detected by internal inspection,
regardless of extension.
Internet shortcuts - The URL to the web page is displayed
for files with a .URL extension.
Music files - Tag data is displayed for files with
a .MP3 or .WAV extension.
HTML files - The title line contents are
displayed if found. These files
are detected by internal inspection,
regardless of extension.
Document files - The first text found is displayed
for files with a .DOC or .DOT
extension.
All other files - The first chunk of displayable data
is shown for all other files.

Hartmut
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