Removing a defined search

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Removing a defined search

Post by *robinsiebler » 2003-03-14, 02:00 UTC

If you define a search, there is no way to remove it other than editing the INI file. There are problably other things that can only be adjusted or removed this way as well. Considering how huge this file can get, I'd rather not have to edit it my hand.

While brings me to another topic, the help file. Total Commander rocks, but I probably don't use half the features available because there is not easy way to peruse the help file. I saw the discussion in another thread about a .chm file with an index. I hope we can look forward to one being available soon.

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Post by *Aezay » 2003-03-14, 08:06 UTC

robinsiebler> If you define a search, there is no way to remove it other than editing the INI file. There are problably other things that can only be adjusted or removed this way as well. Considering how huge this file can get, I'd rather not have to edit it my hand.
In the "Find files" or "Define selection" dialog (which is basicly the same) go to the 3rd tab "Load/Save" to delete the defined searches.
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