Is it possible to use aliases to limit results?
for example say if I have an alias "add to winrar archive" (alias would be called "backup" for example) could I then do something similar to:
to add all text documents in a folder under c:\utils to a winrar archive?
I ask this because currently you'd have to start the FARR command with an alias, so the autocompletion which is so great will not work for the $$1 after the alias. It would be good either to have the autocomplete work for aliases or to be able to add in the alias after the command. Possibly both. I could then use
I guess if this is already possible, then this is a hidden request for a "getting started section" which would show various FARR commands (from simple to complex) with a screenshot showing the result in farr.