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See I tried the software at the link but I got a little confused as the software didn't display renaming subdirectories or removing the final character (a space) from the end of each file name. Suggestions/Help?
Ahh it has a space at the end. But I checked all my other songs and they have a space at the end too So FARR can't launch any of the songs and the document helper thing doesn't work with either method. I tested FARR on a mp3 without a space at the end and it works! Thanks, wouldn't have guessed an extra space would be an issue. Any suggestions to remove the spaces at the end of all my songs? Like a method without having to do it manually?
Yes It opens in iTunes. And when I change the method, it comes up with:
--------------------------- C:\Documents and Settings\Ben\My Documents\My Music\My Music\Bon Jovi\Cross Road\Always.mp3 --------------------------- Windows cannot find 'C:\Documents and Settings\Ben\My Documents\My Music\My Music\Bon Jovi\Cross Road\Always.mp3'. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again. To search for a file, click the Start button, and then click Search. --------------------------- OK ---------------------------
Launch FARR, run a search for Always by Bon Jovi. Results come up. Press enter to launch the song. iTunes doesn't open. I try it all again with iTunes open instead. Song still doesn't play. Help? Thanks in advance -Ben
OK, thanks I am quite satisfied with this program. My computer doesn't lag when right-clicking. And I really don't mind if it doesn't create a txt file, it was just a though. It is good as it is. Thanks -Ben
OK, it is really strange. I increased my double-click speed to the max and I double-click, and instead of creating a folder, it takes me to the folder above. I delete the config.txt and it creates a new folder not txt file. I have to double-click really fast as well. This is all good but is there anyway to hide the context menu at all while double-clicking?
OK this is good, but is there a way to not show the context menu while when you have double-clicked? Cause the context menu opens in a particular place and I have to move the mouse onto the New Folder option which is a hassle (this turns it into a triple click). As for the desktop thing, I don't mind cause I hardly make folders on the desktop anyway. Thanks for the reply/script. -Ben
Hey guys. I want a program that when you double click on an empty space on a opened folder or on the desktop it would create a new folder. I would like it to automatically selects the name of it so I could easily rename it. An option to make text files instead would be nice as well. Thanks in advance -Ben