« on: September 04, 2005, 07:19 PM »
Thanx, as always, skrommel!
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"Wests Tigers continued to re-write the record books on a glorious night at Telstra Stadium last Friday. In front of a new club record crowd of 29,542 Wests Tigers extended their longest ever winning streak to 8 not out while fullback Hodgson knocked over 9 straight goals from all over the stadium."Then the tooltip should be
"Wests Tigers continued to re-write the record books on a glorious night at Telstra Stadium last Fri..."This is working correctly for long clips at the moment.
Hi,I've configured this program 2 do just that:
sometimes inside the windows explorer, i need to make a quick backup of a particular file. this is how i go about it, i right-click on that file, choose 'copy' then right-click on an empty spot choose 'paste'. for me this is one-click too many. ;-)
so i was wondering is there a possibility of conjuring up an app/script which can do this in a single click. just right-click on a file & choose 'duplicate' and a carbon copy is created...
and also if the output file's name is configurable then it'll be a bonus...
thanks in advance
lanux-lanux128 (July 24, 2005, 08:40 PM)