Take Command / TCMD/LE / TCC/LE 11.0 build 32 uploaded

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rconn

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I've uploaded v11.0.32 to the web and ftp sites.

(32) Memory allocation (and thus overall performance) is slightly faster.

(32) ALIAS & FUNCTION - fixed an x64 problem when replacing an existing value.

(32) BEEP - now supported in TCC x64 (using DirectSound).

(32) UNZIP - fixed a problem with UNZIP displaying a relative path even when you don't specify /D when unzipping a .ZIP file with subdirectories.

(32) ZIP - fixed a typo that was disabling the /Q(uiet) option.

(32) NoINIErrors=yes|NO - new TCMD.INI directive to disable displaying (subsequent) parsing errors. (Note that there is a separate NoINIErrors for the [TakeCommand] and the [4NT] sections.

(32) Fixed a minor problem with popup windows clipping the last pixel of descenders for some fonts.

(32) TCMD - If you try to create a new folder in the List View context menu and you do not have access rights, TCMD will now display an error popup. (Previously it ignored the attempt and didn't display anything.)

(32) Minor help updates.

(31) TCMD - LockMenuBar / LockToolBar / LockExplorerBar - previously this just turned off the grabber, but determined users managed to drag the controls around anyway. Now it disables all dragging.

(31) (Very) minor help updates.

(31) (x64 builds) - Added workaround for Windows 7 x64 bug that resulted in the wrong common control dll being called by Windows.

(31) TCMD - fixed a problem with GUI apps being terminated when they were detached from a tab window.

(31) TCMD - fixed a sporadic problem with the toolbar button dialog being displayed partially off-screen if the button was near the right edge of the toolbar.
 
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On Mon, 02 Nov 2009 19:56:19 -0600, rconn <> wrote:

|(32) NoINIErrors=yes|NO - new TCMD.INI directive to disable displaying (subsequent) parsing errors. (Note that there is a separate NoINIErrors for the [TakeCommand] and the [4NT] sections.

Nice! Is it in the OPTION dialog? Must it be first in the INIfile? As I
recall, the OPTION dialog sometimes re-orders directives.

--
- Vince
 

rconn

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> |(32) NoINIErrors=yes|NO - new TCMD.INI directive to disable displaying
> (subsequent) parsing errors. (Note that there is a separate
> NoINIErrors for the [TakeCommand] and the [4NT] sections.
>
> Nice! Is it in the OPTION dialog?
No; it's an advanced directive that will be useful by 0.01% of the users,
and like all advanced directives it is not in OPTION.


> Must it be first in the INIfile?
> As I recall, the OPTION dialog sometimes re-orders directives.
It must be before any directives that would otherwise generate errors.
(This is in the help file.)

OPTION will only reorder directives if it's overwriting existing values. In
this case, OPTION cannot overwrite NoINIErrors, because it isn't *in*
OPTION. (See -- another good reason for it not to be in OPTION.)

Rex Conn
JP Software