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Using Numeric Drive Letters in Paths

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When specifying a file or directory path (in Favorites and User Commands), certain numeric drive letters can be used to specify various system paths. This is particularly useful when using the U3 version of V - where the actual file paths can be different every time V is run.

 

The following drive letters are currently defined:

 

0:

The folder from where V is being executed. On a U3 system, this will be a temporary folder on the host machine, not on the U3 drive.

1:

The Windows folder (usually C:\Windows)

2:

The System folder (usually C:\Windows\System32)

3:

The U3 Drive (eg, X:\)

4:

The U3 Folder where the V settings are stored.

5:

The user's My Documents folder

6:

The user's Program Files folder

7:

The user's Profiles folder (usually C:\Documents and Settings)

 

 

Note

 

Numeric Drive Letters can also be used when specifying a text editor and a Command Processor.