My almost dream directory listing is aliased as: pdir /(-20.20fnq) /( dd-m-y th:m zc -i) * /D/K/M/Og/P This gives both long filenames and descriptions. Don't like long names, but they are an unfortunate fact of life now. Maybe someone can suggest a way to implement the following changes: 1) I'd like to separately left justify the filenames and prefixes, separated by space(s) and no dot. This functionality is available with /J in dir, but apparently not in pdir. And even if it was, /J uses shortened names. Undoubtedly there are TCC functions that parse filenames and put them back together in the desired format, but I have not mastered this arcane art. 2) When a long description wraps, the tail starts at the beginning of the next line. Is there a convenient way to line up the wrap with the first column of the description field? Thanks in advance.