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You can use following PowerShell script: dir -Recurse -Directory| foreach { copy \Path\To\File.txt $_.FullName } Save above in to copy1tomany.ps1 file. Press Ctrl+Win and type powershell to get the Powershell prompt. Navigate to folder and type copy1tomany.ps1.


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I found a workaround for my problem. I installed jEdit and use that as editor. I used Sublime, which I really like, but it has one flaw when editing files on a remote server. I can open them from Nautilus of course, but that has the risk of moving folders. I can open the filebrowser in Sublime, which opens at the root of the remote server. It doesn't ...


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On OSX, like you, I use PathFinder (in preference to Forklift). For me, a good file manager is really important: when you're moving or renaming hundreds of files all day long, you want a power tool. On Windows, you'll find that Directory Opus is the Rolls Royce of file managers. The Opus feature set blows PathFinder out of the water. For instance, this ...


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Only a reference to the file in the HDD will be copied in memory, and once you paste the file, the actual data in the file will be copied to the new location. To validate that, try to copy a file from a CD-ROM, and before you paste it, remove the CD, then try to paste. You will get an error that the file does not exist, or something similar. So, that proves ...


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7zip has RAR support and will display compressed file/folder sizes.


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This will at least help you pair them up, but you've got lots to do next. Again, much easier if you know basic Linux command line tools.


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As I know this feature does not exist in netbeans unless you create a template. You can use Dreamweaver and simply press Ctrl+D to duplicate any file you want.


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I have done a small amount of searching for you, and it seems so far that this is a known issue, the apple products have a tendency to use the modified date as the actual creation date and the creation date and a modified date, problem is all of the fixes I can find so far for this are for Macs, not iPhone, one thing you might want to look at is the settings ...


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Those are windows filesystem date/time stamps. You need to view the Exif (Exchangeable image file format) data which 'should' be embedded into the file itself. Try using an online program such as: http://exifdata.com/ Simply upload the photo/video and it will tell you whatever information it can find. However, looking at those time stamps you've given, ...


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If you don't mind using the command line, you can use lsof, which is a standard UNIX utility. A good, quick guide to lsof can be found here. As to your question, use the command lsof -c firefox to list all the files open by the program firefox lsof -a -u yourlogin -c firefox to list all the files open by user yourlogin and (-a) program firefox Note ...



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