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Re: uLister

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Hello everybody. I'm trying to stop ulister from loading .svg files with "noloadtypes". Problem is, I don't know which format to choose - I'm guessing the plugin sees .svgs as something image- or xlm-connected?
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Re: uLister

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I guess that you want to use another svg-viewer instead of ulister. If so then place the svg-viewer before ulister plugin in the TCmd plugin list (menu Configuration - Options - Plugins -Lister Plugins Button "Configure" - window Lister Plugins - with the upper/down signs in the down left corner).
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rybomir wrote:
2019-07-15, 07:48 UTC
Hello everybody. I'm trying to stop ulister from loading .svg files with "noloadtypes". Problem is, I don't know which format to choose - I'm guessing the plugin sees .svgs as something image- or xlm-connected?
To solve that I just have the Html plugin bevor the ULister plugin in the Lister load order.
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Re: uLister

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Thanks for the replies. That would work, except I want to see .svgs in Total Commander's build-in viewer (simply as plain text).
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Re: uLister

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In that case you could add a detect-string into the wincmd.ini
Menu Help - About Total Commander says where the wincmd.ini is located
open this wincmd.ini goto [ListerPlugins] segment and find ulister.wlx and add the x_detect string.
Number 4 has to be modified to your entry number

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4=%COMMANDER_PATH%\PLUGINS\WLX\ULISTER\ulister.wlx
4_detect="MULTIMEDIA&(ext!="SVG"&ext!="SVGS"&ext!="SVGZ")"
A description of the detect string is here included
http://ghisler.fileburst.com/lsplugins/listplughelp2.1_chm.zip
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Re: uLister

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Perfect, that's it. I can use this method to exclude other file formats as well. Thanks a lot!
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2rybomir
I use it in opposite way - only some file formats are choosen.

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3=%COMMANDER_PATH%\PLUGINS\WLX\SVGView\SVGView.wlx
3_detect="MULTIMEDIA&(ext="SVG"|ext="SVGZ")"
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Re: uLister

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rybomir wrote:
2019-07-15, 10:27 UTC
Thanks for the replies. That would work, except I want to see .svgs in Total Commander's build-in viewer (simply as plain text).
You can still do that by using pressing "4" but I don't see a text view for a graphic file as very useful.
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Re: uLister

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Pressing "1" changes to text view, pressing "4" toggles between the different "multimedia"-viewers.
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norfie² wrote:
2019-07-15, 13:49 UTC
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Pressing "1" changes to text view, pressing "4" toggles between the different "multimedia"-viewers.
For me 4 toggles between Htmlview (shows the picture), Ulister (shows it as text) and CudaLister (shows the xml)
Only CudaLister is defined as Multimedia !
Using 1 toogles between HTMLview (Picture) and pure Lister which shows it as text.
So using 4 is much better in my case.
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Usually when I have a plugin which I dont want to load as default I use the FORCE parameter - examples:

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3=%COMMANDER_PATH%\PLUGINS\wlx\fileinfo\fileinfo.wlx
3_detect=FORCE

5=%COMMANDER_PATH%\PLUGINS\wlx\HTMLView\htmlview.wlx
5_detect=EXT="PDF" | FORCE

9=%COMMANDER_PATH%\PLUGINS\wlx\IniEd\IniEd.wlx
9_detect=FORCE & (ext="INF" | ext="INI" | ext="REG" | ext="URL")

14=%COMMANDER_PATH%\PLUGINS\wlx\CudaLister\cudalister.wlx
14_detect=MULTIMEDIA & (EXT="TS" | FORCE)

15=%COMMANDER_PATH%\PLUGINS\wlx\Syn2\Syn2.wlx
15_detect=MULTIMEDIA & FORCE
Then the plugin will only load when I press 4 in Lister, for extensions not listed - for example pressing F3 on a .pdf file will load it in Lister with the htmlview plugin, but pressing F3 on a .htm file will load the file as plain text in Lister, but if i press 4 - the htmlview plugin will show the file as in a browser.
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Re: uLister

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A forum participant has pointed this out to me by email (from forum software),
that the following version from Oracle is available for the uLister plugin:

Viewer Technology 8.5.5 - Release Date: 5/31/2020 --> Download: vw-8-5-5-win-x86-64.zip

Thanks for the hint!
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tuska wrote:
2020-08-01, 14:15 UTC
A forum participant has pointed this out to me by email (from forum software),
that the following version from Oracle is available for the uLister plugin:

Viewer Technology 8.5.5 - Release Date: 5/31/2020 --> Download: vw-8-5-5-win-x86-64.zip

Thanks for the hint!
Thanks for the info.
Btw. the Content Access file from Oracle are also of interest
because they can be used in the PCREsearch TC content plugin.
The files can be stored into the same dirs as the viewer files are.
https://totalcmd.net/plugring/PCREsearch.html
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