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comment Where does MobaXterm keep its home directory?
Thanks! Your answer solved my problem. Later I noticed that there was an option for setting a Persistent home directory as noted in my answer below. If you didn't know about it, I thought you might be interested.
May
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revised Where does MobaXterm keep its home directory?
Added how to set a Persistent home directory
Apr
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comment How do I manipulate a file that is named - (i.e. dash)?
Works perfectly. Thanks!
Apr
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comment How do I manipulate a file that is named - (i.e. dash)?
This works too! Thanks!
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Apr
17
revised mobaxterm wiki description
Added link to download site for MobaXterm. Added excerpt to the body. Indicated that this is a freemium product (i.e. free version available, with an improved version available by paid license).
Apr
17
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Jan
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revised In Windows, what is a built-in way to make drag-and-drop more difficult to occur accidentally?
More links more clean and link text more descriptive. Also added Registry hack warning.
Jan
27
comment How to batch create a range of folders (000-999) in windows?
Awesome! I just tried it. Would you mind explaining the syntax or giving a link to an explanation?
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revised In Windows, what is a built-in way to make drag-and-drop more difficult to occur accidentally?
Tried to make it more clear and concise
Jan
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comment In Windows, what is a built-in way to make drag-and-drop more difficult to occur accidentally?
@Codism. Sorry, my question wasn't very clear. I've improved it some.