« on: September 15, 2006, 01:05 PM »
I think CyberArticle deserves a place in the review, here is the link to the English version:
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Now, after rereading your post, I think your idea is to quickly type some folder names plus indents (or so) into an editor and feed that chunk of text into the app to let it create a corresponding folder structure. Sounds easy to do. Still interested?My idea is I can mark folders with XYplorer and optionally tell to include (or exclude) their subfolders then let XYplorer generates either a BAT file or Windows script file. Before the creation of that BAT/SCRIPT file, XYplorer should allow me to place "action" on to all selected items, so this action can be "MD" which means create the folder or if I put "RD" means delete the folder and so on...-DonL (August 31, 2006, 03:43 AM)
Ok, let me do a little pitch for my app... Your dream has come true. It's already built into XYplorer, only in a far better way!
You put in there whatever you want, just a one-time work, and XYplorer will list it in the "New Items" menu, ready for 1-click-creation-DonL (August 30, 2006, 03:38 PM)
Here's another neat feature.
The ability to copy a whole folder structure, including all subfolders, to a different location, without copying the files inside those folders is a great time-saver.-zridling (August 24, 2006, 06:04 PM)