You can view matching filenames in a filename completion window. To activate the window, press F7 or Ctrl-Tab at the command line. You will see a popup window, with a sorted list of files that match any partial filename you have entered on the command line. If you haven't yet entered a file name, the window will contain the name of all executable files (or files with an association; see ASSOC) in the current directory. You can search for a name by entering a string (including wildcards or regular expressions) in the edit window on the title bar. TCC will remove non-matching lines from the window. See Popup Windows for details.
Filename Completion Window Keys:
|F7 or Ctrl-Tab||(from the command line) Open the window.|
|Up||Scroll the display up one line.|
|Down||Scroll the display down one line.|
|Left||Scroll the display left 4 columns.|
|Right||Scroll the display right 4 columns.|
|PgUp||Scroll the display up one page.|
|PgDn||Scroll the display down one page.|
|Home||Go to the beginning of the list.|
|End||Go to the end of the list.|
|Enter or Double Click||Insert the selected filename into the command line.|
Note: The keystrokes shown above are the default values. See Key Mapping Directives for details on how to assign different keystrokes.
See also: Filename Completion