But the "Compare" button is preselected, so you can just press the Enter or Space key in stead of clicking the button with the mouse.
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TOTALCMD#BAR#DATA %COMMANDER_EXE% /S=S:= "%X%Z%P" "%T" TOTALCMD.EXE,32 Synchronize CURRENT directories || separate task!|Comparison starts immediately! %COMMANDER_PATH%\ 0 -1
1. Click on "SELECT ALL" (to the right of CODE:)
2. CTRL + C = Copy to clipboard (press the CTRL-key and hold it down, then press the letter "C")
3. Make a right click on your buttonbar on an empty space [e.g. after the last button or between the buttons]
4. Click on menu item "Paste" (see also point 5.)
5. [If you do not see the icon immediately (or just the icon outlines and a possible tooltip, if you point the cursor on the place,
5. on which the button was inserted before), then again a right click into the buttonbar is necessary, then "Change", "OK" ->
5. at the latest then the icon will be visible]
6. [Option: Point to the new button (slightly longer): 'Tooltip' is shown (-> description to the button)]
No, it doesn't.
You still need to press the Compare button.
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770 CPU @ 3.40GH, 16GB RAM
TC 9.51 x64 / x86, Everything 18.104.22.1683 (x64)
I stand corrected
After re-checking - it can also be done with the SYNCOPEN command:
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TOTALCMD#BAR#DATA SYNCOPEN = wcmicons.dll,48 Synchronize CURRENT directories, comparison starts immediately! -1
To make the button:
1. Mark the green text above (click SELECT ALL).
2. Copy it to the ClipBoard (press Ctri+C).
3. Right click on TC's buttonbar and choose "Paste".
Yes it does - it all comes down to the = in the command line:No, it doesn't.
Help:03.08.09 Added: Auto-start internal sync tool with parameter SYNCOPEN =SettingsName or just SYNCOPEN =
03.08.09 Added: Auto-start external sync tool with parameter /S=S:=SettingsName or just /S=S:= when passing the paths separately
But you still have to click the Synchronize button after the Compare is done...Command line parameters
/S=S Start "Synchronize dirs" directly, accepts two paths as parameters, or alternatively a settings name in the form /S=S:SettingsName
If the parameter begins with an equal sign "=", e.g. /S=S:=SettingsName, the comparison will start immediately. If the equal sign is the only parameter, e.g. /S=S:= , the comparison will start with the passed directories and last used options.