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F9 ztreemenu, console commands,zlist.zls can do.. i think   [Wish]

By: Bob Epstein       
Date: Feb 08,2017 at 15:10
In Response to: F9 ztreemenu, console commands,zlist.zls can do.. i think (Ryan)

> i think the path name is too long to show on the main window of any
> kinds of utilities, but there is a way to do this in ztree.
> you can use 3 things. F9 ztreemenu, console commands like (if for do
> set type echo find ... etc) and zlist.zls
> key commands are below
> ---------------------
> FOR /F "TOKENS=*" %%%V IN ('DIR ^"%FSPEC%^" /A-D /S /B') DO (
> ECHO T="%%%~fV">>%ZLS%
> )
> -----------------------------
> this will look for a specified FSPEC... ( which is a piece of string
> from a file name), lets say "xyz" in every directory in c: then ztree
> will log only them, and then you use shift up and down to go to that
> directory directly and quickly.
> in my opinion, ztree is not a simple file utility. ztree has an
> artificial intelligence. ztree can become as smart as a user.
> i didnt invent this, many smart people here worked it out about 10
> years ago.

Wow, this leads me to a whole new level with ZTree and I appreciate it very much! I seemed to have overlooked the Application Menu all these years, but now I can see all sorts of possibilities. In addition, this has made me aware of the ZList feature, which will turn out to be incredibly useful.

Thanks again!

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