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This is probably more of a dos command question than strictly DDR, but that's what I'm trying to get this to work with.

Here's it is:
Running a script command that uses a text file as it's input.  The text file is just a list of files and some other fixed info on each line.

Import.bat  cr.txt -t restore

What I'd like to do is replace the "cr.txt" input file with a value from DDR based on a file name.  Any way to do this?

The other option is to run a two step .bat that creates the .txt file first, but thought there might be a way to avoid this.



I'm having an issue after upgrading where the program will no longer process batch files.   

C:\RunRobot\fixes_drapdroprobot.bat "%A"

Batch file just has this:
cd "%1"
cscript "C:\RunRobot\fixes.vbs

Error message:
'C:\Program' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
Execution complete.

Odd that it's reporting this when there isn't any Program files reference it seems. 



Here's a good option for those forms in the browser...

Autofill Forms 0.9.3

  • Autofill Forms enables you to fill out web forms with one click or a keyboard shortcut.
  • A set of customizable rules is used to determine the input for each form element.
  • You are able to edit, remove, enable/disable the provided rules and to add your own ones.
  • You can configure the order in which the rules are to be applied and define site specific rules.
  • Profiles can be used to switch between several sets of rules.
  • Autofill Forms works not only with text input fields but as well with selections, checkboxes and radio buttons.
  • Autofill Forms only becomes active for the moment it autofills forms - so it doesn't use any system resources while surfing.
  • To protect your personal data you have the option to store the form field rules encrypted.

Drag&Drop Robot / Latest Version?
« on: August 22, 2007, 07:22 AM »
Hi Mouser

You mentioned before you had an updated version of this you needed to post.

Any chances getting it posted?


General Software Discussion / Re: Favorite ZIP/RAR application?
« on: July 26, 2007, 12:36 PM »
re: Zipmagic

I used to use zipmagic on an old Win95 computer that hadn't limited hard drive space.  You could do just about everything with files inside a zip as if they were standard files, with any program.  Heck of a slowdown if you are changing files, but otherwise it was often faster than not compressing.

I'm wondering if ZipMagic Dlx9 got the same depth into the XP file system, anyone know?
All I see on their web site is "access through std file dialog" - which concerns me a bit that it wouldn't allow other programs direct access to files in a zip.



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