How do I move to the path of the clipboard?

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How do I move to the path of the clipboard?

Post by *aksmfakt132 » 2018-06-05, 08:30 UTC

How do I move to the path of the clipboard?
(only use keyboard)


The only way I know
in cmd
Enter 'cd', type control + v, and enter


This is very cumbersome.
'Go to clipboard path'
Is it so difficult to make this a shortcut?
Can you tell me this?

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Post by *Stefan2 » 2018-06-05, 08:41 UTC

Hi and welcome.

Search this forum for "NirSoft nircmd path clipboard"

e.g.
https://ghisler.ch/board/viewtopic.php?t=41834&highlight=path+clipboard+nircmd




 

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Post by *Horst.Epp » 2018-06-05, 09:05 UTC

Here my button:

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TOTALCMD#BAR#DATA
em_CDToClip

C:\Tools\Wincmd\Icons\Right-Blue.ico
CD Clipboard

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And here the em_ command using Nirsofts Nircmd tool

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[em_CDToClip]
cmd=c:\tools\NirSoft\x64\nircmd.exe exec show %COMMANDER_EXE% /O /S /A /L="~$clipboard$
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Post by *aksmfakt132 » 2018-06-05, 09:24 UTC

Horst.Epp wrote:

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TOTALCMD#BAR#DATA
em_CDToClip

C:\Tools\Wincmd\Icons\Right-Blue.ico
CD Clipboard

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I can not use this progeam well.
How do I use it?

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Post by *tuska » 2018-06-05, 10:02 UTC

aksmfakt132 wrote:How do I use it?
Create a button with command: em_CDToClip
If you want to assign a shortcut to a command, you must first create an em_command.

- Right-click on a free space in the button bar
- change - Add - click on the magnifying glass (next to the field "Command")
- click on usercmd.ini (unter Category)
- click on button "New..." - new command name, e.g.: em_CDToClip
- OK, Command: %COMMANDER_PATH%\Tools\NirCmd\nircmd.exe exec show %COMMANDER_EXE% /O /S /A /L="~$clipboard$
  Adjust path\to\nircmd.exe --- Tooltip: See: below ... OK, OK
- "Change button bar"-window appears with Command: em_CDToClip
- Icon file: wcmicons.dll,
- Add Tooltip: %COMMANDER_PATH%\Tools\NirCmd\nircmd.exe exec show %COMMANDER_EXE% /O /S /A /L="~$clipboard$|https://ghisler.ch/board/viewtopic.php?t=50065|After clicking on the button, the directory from the clipboard is opened in TC || ALT + V
- OK - Finished!

Create a shortcut:
Configuration - Options... - Misc. - Redefine hotkeys (Keyboard remapping) - choose your hotkeys by clicking the appropriate fields, e.g. ALT + V
"Default command (no remapping)" is shown then - click on the magnifying glass to the right - click on "usercmd.ini" -
choose your em_command: em_CDToClip - OK - Important: click on the green checkmark! - OK - FINISHED!

NirSoft
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/nircmd.html
Download links: See at the bottom ...

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You can use the above code of Horst.Epp to create a button as follows:
1. Mark the code in green COMPLETELY (including empty lines), which is in the frame - just point to the upper left corner
1. of the frame and simply press and hold the left-hand mouse button and drag over the code, then release the left mouse button)
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)]

See also: https://www.ghisler.ch/board/viewtopic.php?p=335879#335879

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Post by *aksmfakt132 » 2018-06-05, 11:14 UTC

tuska wrote:
I could not find nircmd.exe
Where is it?

If it is an additional installation, I will delete the total commander
It is a ridiculous comedy. It is a function that must exist.

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Post by *tuska » 2018-06-05, 11:21 UTC

aksmfakt132 wrote:I could not find nircmd.exe
Where is it?
If you've read my post above carefully, then you should be able to find out.

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Post by *Vochomurka » 2018-06-05, 11:31 UTC

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Post by *Horst.Epp » 2018-06-05, 11:32 UTC

aksmfakt132 wrote:
tuska wrote:
I could not find nircmd.exe
Where is it?

If it is an additional installation, I will delete the total commander
It is a ridiculous comedy. It is a function that must exist.
You are not reading the posts or not willing to do anything ?
Tuska provided you the download link for Nircmd,
what do you not understand in this link or Nirsoft web page ?
Who said that a function Go to Clipboard must exist.
Its your wish but does not exist on most file managers.
We provided you the full solution, so please follow the instructions.
If this leads you to delete Total Commander
then you should stay with Windows Explorer.
Windows 10 Home x64 October 2018 Update
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Post by *aksmfakt132 » 2018-06-05, 11:45 UTC

Horst.Epp wrote:
Thank you. I reaffirmed the link thanks to
(Obviously I knew that link, but I could not believe I had to install it additionally)
I could quickly uninstall it because of your help.
I am ashamed of my past that used tools that lacked the most basic functions.

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Post by *HolgerK » 2018-06-05, 12:39 UTC

TC native solution:

- Place the cursor over the [..] entry;
- rename <Shift+F6>;
- paste the clipboard content into the path bar.

or:

- Assign a hot key (e.g. <Alt+Up>) to the command cm_EditPath.
(see Configuration-> Options -> Misc:..)

Okay it's a two shortcut (<Alt+Up>,<Ctrl+V>) solution, but without any external tool or typing "cd"..

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Post by *aksmfakt132 » 2018-06-05, 12:57 UTC

HolgerK wrote:
You are awesome.
This tool is again the best tool.
It was quite natural that this function existed.
Except for some users claiming that this does not exist, this tool is perfect

I had a problem with cd input
Because I am using a language other than English, and there is a toggle key to switch it.
Depending on the state of the toggle key, it is very likely that I typed "cd" incorrectly.
In that case, I have to type backspace x2, type the toggle toggle key, and then type 'cd' again
You are my Savior.

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