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Feb
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comment Is there a way to find the name of the current theme in Google Chrome?
This is waay easiest method!
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comment Outlook Signatures for Plain Text and HTML
Super Ugly HTML auto-generated cludge
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comment Microsoft Natural Ergonomic 4000 volume hotkeys delay
I have the same issue.
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comment 7zip to archive multiple files across many folders
That does help. Thanks!
Dec
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comment 7zip to archive multiple files across many folders
I had assumed your method would not create the folder in the 7zip archive. I don't know why. It looks like it works great. Also how would you proceed if instead of lesson01, lesson02 etc, your lesson folder names were completely unique?
Dec
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Dec
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comment 7zip to archive multiple files across many folders
I found a round-about solution using portable ant renamer + cmd line "dir >file.txt" then notepadd++ to do a rectangle edit to strop down to just folder names. Saved that as a directory.lst file and imported it into ant renamer to reanme 34 empty folders, then used windows search and drug the 34 files over. I would like to know a fully 7zip solution that would ignore all other files.
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asked 7zip to archive multiple files across many folders
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comment Set TEMP & TMP on Current User through Batch File?
I am just trying to get my TMP files available to me. So if I get the TMP files to say they have been updated I would need to kill and restart explore.exe to see the changes in CMD prompt when I run ECHO.%TEMP%?