Hacker wrote:Well, it's nice that the possibilities are there but we are back to the question if people are going to use them. For instance I do not understand what the difference is between removing a file using "del" or by pressing Delete. "Add" or "put" vs. F5 or F7? It's just too confusing for me and even though I cannot speak for all the users, I am afraid many might feel the same.
I agree with you but what can I do?
When you delete using Del, TC sends delete command (not <del
) to plugin for each file and folder, so if you try to delete real folder link, TC will delete whole its contents (but plugin will warn you).
When you use <del
command, plugin just deletes link (or virtual folder with all its links).
When you use F7, you create virtual folder, exactly as if you use <add
command w/o real path parameter.
When you copy files using F5 (as if you use F8 for deleting) TC creates every folder and copies every file separately. So, you will get virtual structure with links to files only.
Buth when you use <add
command and real path points to folder, you will get real folder link and will be able to browse it as usual folder (and only one item will be added to VP).
Later I'll add detailed description for each command and for standard operations.