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New C# FARR Plugin: FARREnviormentVariables

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This plugin lets you easily access your environment variables. For example, Firefox keeps all its settings in your application data folder (%appdata%). In explorer you could simply write %appdata% to access it, however, in FARR it isn't possible. Until now :).

Install the plugin and press % to see the list of your environment variables, select one to automatically expand it on the search path or simply continue writing. Once you add the \ it would automatically expand. E.g, writing %appdata%\ would automatically become C:\Documents and Settings\Vitaly\Application Data\.

Notice: Only the variables that actually represent a folder, %PATH% and other variables won't be visible.



turns to:

P.S I was a bit on the roll ;) But that's it, I stop for now.

coool :)
another nice plugin would be one that lists all registered environment variables and their values and lets you search; click on one to copy it to clipboard (note farr has a copytoclipboard command you can all).

P.S I was a bit on the roll ;) But that's it, I stop for now.-vitalyb (December 28, 2007, 07:32 PM)
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What? No, you don't need to do that :(

 ;) Just kidding. It's brilliant to us mere users to have another plugin writer for our favourite launcher. Thanks for your contributions to FARR and DC!

The plugin throws some errors on my system:

This one appeared when I first booted today.

New C# FARR Plugin: FARREnviormentVariables

Then, when clicking above, I got this:

New C# FARR Plugin: FARREnviormentVariables


Then FARR crashed and I had to restart it.

Now, when I "Click to examine and configure plugins" I get the following error and I can't configure plugins:

New C# FARR Plugin: FARREnviormentVariables

Removing the "EnviormentVariables" plugin folder solves the problem. (Also, shouldn't it be called FARREnvironmentVariables and not FARREnviormentVariables?  ;) )

Hi. I had the same issue. It is conflicting with an older version of FARRAltTab.

Download the latest version.


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