Take Command / Take Command/LE / TCC/LE 11.0.37 uploaded


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May 14, 2008
I've uploaded build 37 to the web and ftp sites.

Build 37:

BDEBUGGER - fixed a new framework problem with not saving & restoring the font size at startup.

BDEBUGGER - now remembers the MRU file list between sessions.

BDEBUGGER - fixed the help button in the Watch pane toolbar.

MKDIR - fixed a problem with creating directories as compressed when starting TCC with the (usually unnecessary) /X option.

TCC/LE - added check for potential parsing problems when the user attempts to use (unsupported) internet URL names, and fails to quote them.

Minor help updates.

Build 35:

TCMD - updated the framework library to fix some obscure Windows 7 display problems.

TCMD - fixed a display problem when selecting Refresh with the Folders view set to AutoHide.

TCMD - fixed a (sporadic) problem when selecting the "Configure TCC" menu entry when the TCMD.INI file has errors.

TCMD - fixed a problem when renaming a toolbar tab (it would lose its buttons until you saved & reloaded it).

TCC - will now set the output color at startup. (Note that this will not
change the default background color for the entire window, just for the
text being written.)

TCC - fixed a (very old) problem with doing a ">clip:" to empty the clipboard pseudo-device and then trying to append ("dir >> clip:).

FFIND - added the /H option to not search binary files. By default, this
includes .exe, .sys, .dll, .zip, and .chm. You can define your own list
by setting the "BINARY_FILES" environment variable. For example, to ignore .exe, .sys, and .dll files:


LIST - will now automatically resize itself when you change the TCC or
TCMD window size.

LIST - disabled the /C option when running in a TCMD tab window.

TASKLIST /L - fixed a Windows bug in x64.

%_PPID - fixed a Windows bug in x64.

Minor help file updates.

Build 34:

Fixed a problem with running encrypted batch files.

TCMD - fixed a minor problem with defining and then deleting startup

IFTP - fixed a problem with subsequent IFTPs setting the current directory
and filename from the previous IFTP.

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