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MKSC

Discussion in 'Plugins' started by Steve Fabian, Sep 18, 2013.

  1. Steve Fabian

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    Charles:
    Have you had a chance to look into using the edited version of the MKSC output listing of an existing shortcut file to create a new shortcut file? The new file may be for a different user or even on a different machine... It seems like a good way to copy or migrate one's working environment.
     
  2. Charles Dye

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    I've been thinking about it, and had an interesting idea or two, but just haven't had any time to write code recently. (Wife: "We need to tear out the carpet and put in laminate in these two bedrooms and the hall." Me: "Do we really?" Wife: "I've torn out the carpet, now you do the rest....")
     
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    fait accompli (my French spelling is atrocious)
     
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    Charles:
    It is time for me to populate a new (replacement) drive in my old laptop system, which currently cannot access even a LAN (much less the internet). All file transfers by USB drives. The MKSC upgrade would be VERY useful now. Is it coming, or are you otherwise occupied?
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    TIA, Steve
     
  5. Charles Dye

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    Not this month, sorry. (Bad Stuff going down at work....)
     
  6. Steve Fabian

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    OK. I will try to build a batch program instead, based on what I did for the same purpose with the built-in SHORTCUT command.
     

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