Unless you have manually given yourself writing permissions to the C:\Program Files (x86)\totalcmd folder, TC will not be able to write to files (.ini files, thumbnail files and others) unless you have launched TC with Administrator rights, which is not recommendable for general everyday use - so keep your thumbnail files away from C:\Program Files (x86)\totalcmd.Config..>thumbnails>Database location "%$LOCAL_APPDATA%\GHISLER"(C:\Users\Jimmy\AppData\Roaming\GHISLER)
I feel like I should change this to:
C:\Program Files (x86)\totalcmd
(the directory where I have installed total commander)
Is this a bad idea? How much of a bad idea is this?
Sorry that was my fault for writing that you had to edit the usercmd.ini in TC's program folder - I forgot to take into consideration that you could have your TC installed in "C:\Program Files (x86)" or "C:\Program Files" - I have now edited my previous posting.I have been having a huge about of trouble because I have been creating usercmd.ini files and putting them into the "C:\Program Files (x86)\totalcmd" directory and not the C:\Users\Jimmy\AppData\Roaming\GHISLER
It should not matter whether you have the button= line or not.I created a button on the buttonbar with command "cm_CommandBrowser" pressing it and
scrolling to the usercmd.ini section and creating a new command in there results in:
which results in an error. What is the correct way to open up the "Choose Command" dialog box, so that it would create the following instead?:
It is in the Menu: "Help" -> "Keyboard" ("Help" is on the far right of the Menu-bar)I've been looking around in the F1 help menu to try and find a list of them.
Also available in the file keyboard.txt
Or in the Help under "Operation" -> "Keyboard layout"