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 File comments for:  Utility » Workbench » powerselect.lha


Description: Select icons by using a search pattern
Download: powerselect.lha
Version: 2.0
Date: 31 Mar 2014
Category: utility/workbench
FileID: 8712
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Comment by: djrikki ( 01 Apr 2014, 21:41File version: 2.0
Oh great thanks for that. :-)
Comment by: jap ( 01 Apr 2014, 12:23File version: 2.0
You can use asterisk too. Open the DOS preferences editor and tick "Allow asterisk in pattern matching". After that both #? and * work the same way.
Comment by: djrikki ( 01 Apr 2014, 11:04File version: 2.0
Great little tool does what it says on the tin, would be good to see it come as a standard OS feature in someway. The only recommendation I can make is that it could easily be expanded to accept an asterisk, its common place elsewhere so lets embrace it.
Comment by: jap ( 17 Jul 2013, 20:31File version: 1.0
I've created a poll for new features. You can vote for your favourite feature. The most wanted feature will be added to the next version.

Comment by: HKvalhe ( 14 Jul 2013, 20:19File version: 1.0
So to understand. Looking forward to see what future versions will support.
Comment by: jap ( 14 Jul 2013, 17:57File version: 1.0
Two screenshots uploaded.

The standard Amiga wild cards are not supported at the moment, which might be confusing. An icon is selected when its name contains the string you have entered.
Comment by: HKvalhe ( 14 Jul 2013, 11:17File version: 1.0
Ok, i found out what it does and it's interesting, alright. Might be useful :) Thanks! :)
Comment by: HKvalhe ( 14 Jul 2013, 04:06File version: 1.0
Done exactly the way the documentation says, and i'm sure it might be interesting, but don't know what this thing is suppose to do. When clicking F1 to write in a word for the search pattern and click enter, nothing really happens. Can you upload a screenshot and give a better explanation of what this tool is suppose to do? Otherwise, keep up the good work.

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