tcinc: Tiny internal commands launcher

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tcinc: Tiny internal commands launcher

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Quickly launch any internal command!

tcinc 1.0.0.60

This tiny tool lists cm-commands, em-commands (from both usercmd.ini and menu-specific wcmd_*.ini) and aliases for them and allows filtering list using acronyms (e.g. type apc for cm_AddPathToCmdline, sdki for cm_SrcHideQuickview or 1p for cm_100Percent).
Enter will execute first item from list or a selected one if you select it with Up/Down arrows.

I've started writing it a long time ago and forgot about it but then this topic refreshed my memory.
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solid wrote:Great little tool, MVV. Thank you for sharing it.
Is it possible to add the em_commands from Usercmd.ini?
It was in my plans so I'll try to do it. Currently only numeric commands and their aliases are supported (because they are easy to send and they don't support any arguments).
Perhaps language-specific commands should be added too (these files have the same format as usercmd.ini, only section names needed).
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Hi MVV
any news on adding em_ commands?
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Sorry, I've forgotten about it again, I haven't even noticed that it is my topic when I've opened it today. :D
I'll try adding em-commands and aliases for them too.
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I've added EM-commands from usercmd.ini (from wincmd.ini folder) and wcmd_*.ini (one with same name as main menu file), AFAIK TC itself uses only these two.
Also aliases to EM-commands are now listed too. Please test. :)

tcinc 1.0.1.50
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thanks, will try it soon. :)

search your drives, maybe you will find some more stuff. :D

/edit: wow, small and light weight.
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TW wrote:/edit: wow, small and light weight.
My hobby. :)
An icon for the app have caused extra 1 KB! :D
TW wrote:search your drives, maybe you will find some more stuff. :D
I hope the most useful ones are already published. :)


tcinc 1.0.0.56

I've added support for AlternateUserIni option, previous versions had supported only RedirectSection.
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A big Thank You from me as well.

I like such little but nifty tool :thumpsup:




 
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I second this! Thanks a lot for this little awesome nugget 8)
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Works great.
Thank you MVV for this little gem.

Although features like this should be built in.
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Now tcinc sets focus to TC window before executing commands to prevent opening TC dialogs unfocused.

tcinc 1.0.1.60
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2MVV
For me em-commands are absent in list. I use petermad's Extended Total Commander Menus. What I'm missing?
It's impossible to lead us astray for we don't care even to choose the way.
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Perhaps it is because of full path to menu file. I'll fix it.
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Ok, thanks
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Added support for full paths to TC main menu file.

tcinc 1.0.1.64
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