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N.A.N.Y. 2011 / Re: Entry Ideas/Request
« on: January 11, 2011, 09:21 AM »
NANY...great site...thanks for the information!
Now a question, for those who use software like NANY, or ?:
Years ago, probably on Windows 98, I used a utility which showed the number of files inside a directory.
When you used Windows Explorer, and your 'left column' showed the main entries, you clicked on one to open, and the right pane shows those file members, right? No problem.
But on the bottom line of display, again on the left pane above what is now the 'START' button, it showed the NUMBER of file entries in the displayed right pane.
It was handy when viewing large files, such as MP3 libraries and PICTURES, etc.
Sorry...it's hard for me to explain, but there used to be a utility that did this?
Anyone remember this one, or know of one?
I suspect it's one that would be in a 'file management' classification, but I've yet to find it...?
Help?

 :(

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