a few ?'s please

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Take Command 8.02.106 Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
Take Command Build 106 Windows XP Build 2600 Service Pack 3

-) When I view the tcmd.chm using hh.exe, i'd like to clear the terms I have searched for before. Not sure hot to achieve this - anyone know?

-) What happens if I execute:

sendmail %cAtt /d /v "[email protected]" "subject" "body text"

where in a folder of many images I also execute first:

for %fn in (*.jpg) set cAtt=%cAtt /A %fn

as I could conceiveably go over the command line length once cAtt is expanded?

-) In the above example I tried to see what the full command line would be by doing Ctrl-X at the end but nothing changed. Does ECHO have to be ON for this to work?

Regards,
Charles.
 
Jun 2, 2008
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Hi Charles,

-) When I view the tcmd.chm using hh.exe, i'd like to clear the terms I have searched for before. Not sure hot to achieve this - anyone know?
On XP, that information is stored in a file called hh.dat in:

Code:
C:\Documents and Settings\-UserID-<userid>\<userid>Application Data\Microsoft\HTML Help
It's binary, so it probably can't be edited, but just deleting it works.

-Tim
</userid></userid>