…are not correctly detected by it’s internal Lister viewer.
They’re detected as binary files in this case and if they contain any character from outside Latin range, Lister will most likely display such characters incorrectly (Total Commander does not do automatic UTF-8 detection in binary mode). According to TC’s author this is a correct and expected behavior.
Lister needs at list one line brake to correctly detect text file as UTF-8 encoded.
When you press Alt+F7 in Total Commander, you have access to really powerful search functionality. Unfortunately, the
Load/Save tab allows loading and saving of search parameters, not the search results.
However, there’s a hidden gem that allows you to copy search results to clipboard and then you can paste them to Notepad and save them to file. Just press Ctrl+C when list of search results is focused. A single “blink” of window will tell you that contents are copied to clipboard.
To automate compare phase (first step) in folder sync tool you should:
- Set the parameters as you need them.
- Click on the folder button in the top left of the sync dialog to save these settings.
- Create a button with the
c:\totalcmd\totalcmd.exe /S=S:=backup command.
:= instead of just
/S=S:backup causes an automatic start of the comparison.
Of course you must adjust path to reflect your location of Total Commander.
Currently you can automate the compare step, not the copy step. It is considered to risky to be automated.
If you use Multi-Rename Tool in Total Commander to batch-rename only folders and if all folders are numbered with dot after number (example attached and below) then multi-rename tool will treat all folders as filenames — i.e. it will “see” everything before dot (two characters in above example) as actual filename and all the rest, after dot, as file’s extension. Here is a quick fix for this situation (it actually may not be considered as bug).
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When CD or DVD is ejected from drive, Total Commander “resets” contents of the pane to nearest available drive (usually
C:). It is normal and obvious because contents of CD or DVD are no longer available. But, the same thing happens even if Total Commander is in background. This might be seen as an annoying feature, because each time you change CD or DVD in drive, you have to manually again select that drive in Total Commander. Fortunately, there is an easy solution for this.
Read More “Disable refreshing of removable drive contents in Total Commander”
The Synchronize directories tool in Total Commander is magnificent and I’m using it very often for all my backup-like and sync-like works. The only thing, that I was missing is an ability to ignore hidden system files or files stored in
.git folders, i.e. hidden version control files. So, I wrote to Total Commander’s author and received immediate response, that this is possible.
Read More “Synchronize directories in Total Commander ignoring certain files”
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