Ninotech Path Copy - Version 4.

0 _____________________________________________________________________________ DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY: THE SOFTWARE PRODUCT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT WARRANTIES AS TO PERFORMANCE OF MERCHANTABILITY OR ANY OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. THE USER MUST ASSUME THE ENTIRE RISK OF USING THIS PROGRAM. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event shall Ninotech or its suppliers be liable for any special, incidental, indirect, or consequential damages whatsoever (including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption,loss of business information, or any other pecuniary loss) arising out of the use of or inability to use the SOFTWARE PRODUCT, even if Ninotech has been advised of the possibility of such damages. _____________________________________________________________________________ Ninotech Path Copy Description: ------------------------------Ninotech Path Copy is a shell extension that enables you to copy the path of a file or directory to the Clipboard from inside the Windows Explorer. All you have to do is to open the Windows Explorer, right-click the item(s) of interest and choose "Copy Path" in the context menu. Ninotech Path Copy Installation: -------------------------------Uninstall any old copy of Ninotech Path Copy before installing this copy of Ninotech Path Copy. Right-click on PATHC400.INF file and choose "Install" in the context menu. If a dialog appears asking the location of the files, navigate to the files and click OK (in most cases, the correct path will already be shown). Ninotech Path Copy Requirements: -------------------------------Ninotech Path Copy requires system libraries distributed with Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 or later. _____________________________________________________________________________ Revision List: * Version 4.0 Additions: - Support for the Visual Styles introduced in Windows XP. This means that the graphical user interface of Path Copy matches the look of Windows XP. - "Copy Short Folder" and "Copy Long Folder" menu items added to enable copy of the folder name of a file or a directory. - "Menu" page added to the Setup dialog box. This allows the user to

"Copy Short UNC Path". Removals: . If the item's folder is also located in a shared folder.None Fixes: . . * Version 3.0 Additions: . It is possible invoke the quotation marks feature for all menu item by pressing and holding down the SHIFT key while choosing the menu item in the Windows Explorer context menu.Wildcards (? and *) are now supported when replacing text in user defined copy methods. Removals: . it was arbitrary which of the two folder share names that was used to construct the UNC path. . and "Copy Internet Path" are now grayed out in the context menu if an UNC path cannot be constructed.Right-click the menu items in the list on the "Menu" page to configure their location and visibility.When a user defined copy method replaces text all occurrences of the text to replace are now replaced. By default the "Copy Short. Online help updated.Online help updated. It is also possible to make the menu items appear on the root of the context menu of the Windows Explorer instead of on the Path Copy submenu.Corrected problem with copying the UNC path of items in a Windows Terminal Server session. It is possible to configure which copy menu items that appear on the context menu.- configure the Path Copy context menu. Use the "Menu" page in the Setup dialog box to show them.. . The user defined copying methods support enclosing the copied path in quotation marks. . Enable this feature from the Setup dialog box. Previously only the first occurrence was replaced.1 Additions: ."Copy Short Name" and "Copy Long Name" menu items added to enable copy of the file and directory names without the full path.None Fixes: ." menu items don't appear on the Path Copy context menu. "Copy Long UNC Path". . A fifth user defined copying method added..Corrected problem with copying the UNC path of an item on the local computer located in a folder that is shared. * Version 2.

."Copy Internet Path" menu item added to allow paths to be formatted according to the internet standard.Online help added. ." in the "Copy Path" menu to setup the copying methods. This means that the user can define settings for the way that paths are copied.None Fixes: . the name of the share is now merged into the path copied to the Clipboard (this feature works on Windows NT and Windows 2000.dk .About dialog box added (choose "About Path Copy" in the System menu of the Setup Path Copy dialog box). This means that e..g.0 . but NOT on Windows 95/98)."Copy Short UNC Path" menu item added to allow UNC paths to be converted to short paths. * Changes in version 1. conversion of backslashes to slashes.g. These settings include replacement of text. This allows the copied path to be used as a file link in e.image. * Version 2.Support for user defined copying methods. Removals: . . etc. . .Correct displaying of help texts in the Windows Explorer status bar.First public release _____________________________________________________________________________ URL: http://www. spaces are converted to %20's.When an item located in a shared directory on the local hard drive is path copied (through UNC or Internet copy).The Windows Explorer crashes when the "Copy Path" menu item is chosen from the context menu of the folder tree (in the left pane).None Fixes: . This has been fixed. This has been fixed. . Removals: . e-mails (of course the e-mail client has to supports file links Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Outlook Express support file links). Choose "Setup."Copy Path" menu sometimes appeared multiple times in the Windows Explorer File menu.0 Additions: ..dk/~ninotech E-mail: ninotech@image.

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