||EFS File Menu
Effective File Search File menu provides interface to saving search
results and options as well as other files related operations.
Open - opens the EFS file and places the results of previous
search to the results window
Save - saves the contents of results window to EFS file
Export - brings up a data
export target selection pop up menu
List of files - exports the search results to a text (.txt)
file (each line of text in this file represents the full path to a
Table of results - exports the search results to a comma
separated values (.csv) file. This format is used by many
applications (e.g. Microsoft Excel) to share data. Each line of
text in this file represents one file found and has the following
"filename.ext","Path to file","size in
bytes","date and time","file type";
Batch file - exports the search results to a batch (.bat)
file (each line in this file represents the command). In the
command the following variables may be used: <file> - full
file name, <name> - file name without extension,
<folder> - file folder, <ext> - file extension.
Open parameters - opens the EFS search parameters file
(.efsp) sets the search options accordingly
Save parameters - saves current search options to EFS search
parameters file (.efsp) for further use. You may specify which of
search options to save in a window that appears.
Execute - executes the system command currently associated
with the file selected in results
list. This has the same effect as double-clicking a file in
Open file as - brings up a custom file association pop up
_custom_name_ (user defined name) - the pop up menu consists
of user defined possible file assoiciations (i.e. a text file can
be opened both with Notepad and Microsoft Word)
Configure... - brings up the 'Open file as configuration'
Use this window to edit current and add new custom file
associations. Press the ADD button to add a new program. In
a window that appears type in a title for this association (this
title will be shown in 'Open file as' pop up menu).
Press OK. After this is done you should press the [...]
button next to the 'Program' field and browse for executable (.exe)
file of the program that should be used for opening files. Now, the
last step is to specify parameters. Usually 'file' is the only
parameter you need, however in some cases additional command line
parameters may be required.
To delete an item from 'Open file as' pop up menu highlite its
title in 'Configure Open file as' window and press Delete.
If you want to rename an item select it in configuration window and
Open folder - opens a folder that contains the currently
selected file in results list
Exit - closes Effective File Search application
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