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Filer: file types
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I am adding a file type to filer to override the default behavior.

Types: lharc
Launcher: unarc "{f}" "{d}"

Instead of interpreting {d} as the destination directory, it creates a new directory, literally {d}

Does anyone know a solution to get it to use Filer's destination directory?

Sam460 : X1000 : X5000
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try somthing like

unarc "{f}" "`type T:filer.dst`"


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unarc {f} {d}
BTW the filetype options seems only accept {f} as variable. Click on the button '?' to see available variables/options.

So it only "parses": 'unarc {f}'

Maybe if you add/create a Button. I have as a button, called UnXAD:
C:XADunfile {o} DEST={d} OW


Edited by jabirulo on 2012/7/2 21:52:13
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Thanks. I didn't catch that limitation of the FileType.
I've created a button instead:

unarc {f} {d} auto

Works great to automatically extract files.

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HTML:
How to open html files via doubleclick in OWB ?

Images:
Is it possible to open them in (Hollywood based) LoView via LoView DT Script ?

Thanx for Infos!

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@gerograph
HTML
Name: WWW
Types: htm, html
Launcher: C:URLopen FILE {f}
Editor: APPDIR:NotePad {f}

If you have URL prefs configured it should pop up a window asking which browser do you want to use.


For IMAGES I don't have one defined, but something like this may work:
IMAGES
Name: PICS
Types: gif, jpg, jpeg, iff, bmp, png
Launcher: APPDIR:LoView {f}
Editor:

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Re: Filer: file types
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Thanx, URLopen... you never stop learning

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