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>0 ## FILEJET GENERAL HELP ############################
General key assignments :
-----------------------------
ESC : Cancel operation
ENTER : Select file or change directory
SPACE : Toggle File display mode
HOME : Top of File list
CONROL+Key : Change Drive
CURSOR/PAGE : Move Filecursor
BACKSPACE : Change to parent directory ( cd ..)
CTRL-BACKSPACE: Change to root directory ( cd \)
TAB : Search next file

F1 : Display Help
F2 : If cursor is on a Directory, count the directory
size with subdirs.
F3 : Refresh the actual directory
SHIFT-F2 : Count all Directorysizes
SHIFT-F3 : Toggles window mode

ALT-1 : Start/Stopp Macrorecorder
ALT-2 : Replay Macro with repetition
ALT-3 : Single Macro replay

ALT_F7: Userpulldown

ALT + HOTKEYTASTE of 1. Line activates the main pulldown

Commands in the filewindow
---------------------------
In combination with ALT the operations affects all selected files

INSERT : Shows function key assignments

a, ALT-A : Set date and attributes of the file

c, ALT-C : Copy files.

d, DEL, ALT-D: Delete files or directories.
You can delete directories including all subdirectories

e, ALT-E : Edit file with editor defined in setup.

f : Edit file with integrated editor

g : Goto file in list

TAB : Jump to next file matching the searchmask

i, ALT-I : Search a string in files.

n : Inverse selection, all files not matching the mask are
selected

k : Filemask for file window, if you enter a empty mask
*.* is default

m, ALT-M : Move files

o, O : Execute a command with/without swapping.
Cursor-Up activates a command history.

If a command is defined for the actual File extension,
the command is added to the sting in the command line

q : Program "quick-" start, if a command is defined
for the actual file extension,
the command is added to the filename and immediatly executed

r : File/Directory rename

s : Select files, *.* as default

t : Show directory tree, change path

u : Unselect files

v, ALT-V : File view

w : Start wordprocessing with actual file

x,X : Execute file with/without swapping

ALT_X : Execute a command with all selected files

You can enter the command in the command line
The filename of the selected files is placed
at the position of % .

z.B. : copy % a:\xxx

If you choose 2 %% the filename is inserted
without the fileextension

z.B. : del %%.obj

>2 #### FILEJET DIRECTORYBAUM ############################
Directorytree
---------------
a-z : Edit the search mask of the tree. The tree jumps
to the next directory matching the mask.
If there is no match the key is igored

ALT_G : Jumps to the next directory matching the mask

F3 : Reread the tree

F2 : Make a directory

PAGE UP : Jump to previous directory of the same directorylevel

PAGE DOWN : Jump to next directory of the same directorylevel

CURSOR LEFT : Jump to parent of the actual directory

CURSOR RIGHT
CURSOR DOWN : Jump to next enty

END : Jump to the end of the tree

HOME : Jump to the start of the tree

ESC : Cancel, You can also cancel tree reading

DELETE : Deletes all Subdirecties of the actual directory

>3 ##### INTEGRIERTER EDITOR ##############################
Integrated Editor
-------------------
F1 : Help
F2 : Save file
F3 : Quit
F4 : Save file and quit
F7 : Rename file
F8 : Load File
F9 : Undo in actual line
F10 : Activate next file
SHIFT F10 : Activate previous file

ALT-L: Mark a line
ALT-C: Copy the marked block
ALT-D: Delete the marked block
ALT-G: Goto Line
ALT-M: Move marked block
ALT-U: Unmark
ALT-W: Write marked block in File

CTRL-HOME : Jump to Top of file
CTRL-END : Jump to End of file
CTRL-F : Search again
CTRL-I : Search String case ignore
CTRL-S : Search String case sensitive

CTRL-BACKSPACE : Deletes actual Line

ESC : Change to command mode. You can enter the following commands :

/ : Search string case sensitiv
\ : Search string ignore case

Number : Jump to linenumber n.

Any other entry is executed as operating System commad.

Other Keys

PAGE UP, PAGE DOWN, HOME, END, CURSOR, RETURN, INSERT, TAB, SHIFT TAB

>4 #### LINEEDITOR #######################################
Lineeditor
--------------
SPACE : If the first key is space, the edit field is deleted

ALT-D : Delete the complete edit field

CTRL-F1 : Change the edit field to upper case

CTRL-F2 : Change the edit field to lower case

CTRL-E : Delete from cursorposition to end of line

Other keys with standard functions :

HOME, END, CURSOR, RETURN, INSERT
>50
Start a DOS/OS2 Shell.

Enter exit to return to the program.

>52
Userpulldown
--------------

You can define a Userpulldown in an ASCII file
(fj.DAT, fj2.DAT) to be activated using hotkey ALT_F7.

Definition of the Userpulldown
--------------------------------

The definitions are must have an initial character '>'
The hotkey for activating is marked by a leading ^.

Hard coded enties :

P> pulldownheader
E> pulldownentry
D> definition line
# comment

without > or # = command line

Main pulldown definitions
----------------------------
D> XPOS = nr upper left corner of pulldown
D> YPOS = nr upper left corner of pulldown
D> XWIDTH = nr minimal width of pulldown

Main entry definitions
-----------------------

D> SWAP = 0 swap main program for execution off
D> SWAP = 1 on
D> WINDOW = 0 display a window for execution off
D> WINDOW = 1 on
D> WINXPOS = nr upper left corner of execution window
D> WINYPOS = nr
D> WINXWIDTH = nr window x width
D> WINYWIDTH = nr window y width
D> CURSOR = 1 activate cursor in window
D> WAIT = 0/1 wait after execution
D> PARAMETER = 0/1 enter a parameter for execution
the parameter is inserted at % in the
command string

Multiple commands in a pulldown line
------------------------------------
You can enter several commands seperated with a ;.
The single commands are executed sequential.


Example of an Userpulldown
--------------------------------

P> Userpulldown

D> XPOS = 20
D> YPOS = 5
D> XWIDTH = 20

E> ^DOS
D> SWAP = 0
D> WINDOW = 1
D> WINXPOS = 2
D> WINYPOS = 1
D> WINXWIDTH = 70
D> WINYWIDTH = 20
D> CURSOR = 1
command.com

E> ^Editor
D> SWAP = 1
D> CURSOR = 1
D> PARAMETER = 1
vi %;

E> ^Viruscheck
D> SWAP = 1
D> WINDOW = 0
D> WAIT = 1
c:;cd \scan;scan86;

>51
About FILEJET
--------------

FILEJET is a Filemanager for MS-DOS and OS/2. It allows a
uniform handling of the PC in both Operating Systems.

It is possible to define some programs already in use
for different jobs. (Editor, Wordprocessing..)

Short description of the features :

- Available for DOS and OS/2

- FILEJET is designed for daily usage and simplifies working
with different files with single Shortcut Keys.

- FILEJET a small program with 200KB Harddisk usage.

- FILEJET is saving the directory trees on disk. The program
reads the tree only if the user wants it.

Define your own programs for usage :
-------------------------------------
- Editor
- File Viewer
- File Differences
- Word processing


Start of big programs with a rest of ca. 3KB of resident memory usage.

funktion summary
-----------------
- edit
- copy
- delete
- files
- complete directories, including subdirectories

- view file
- execute a dos command
- command history
- execute a program
- wordprocessing

- compare files
- date and size as critria
different files are selected for further operations.
(effective update function)

- file differences
- text search in ASCII an binary files
- file display with/without size and attributes
- set file date time and attribute
- date, time and dos version display

- display of actual path, the directory size, the size of all
selected files

- show directory tree

- file find . The files are displayed in a normal file list for
further operations.

- Text search in files. Files are also displayed in a file list.

- User defined pulldown activated via hotkey
Definition in ASCII file "FJ.DAT", "FJ2.DAT"

- Sorted file display with following criteria :
- alphabetic
- date
- size
- extension
- unsorted
- mode

- screen save after n minutes without an activity.

Tecnical data
--------------

Hard- Software requirements :

- IBM compatible PC/AT

- CGA/EGA/VGA or Hercules Graphic adapter

- Disk usage about 200kB.

- MS-DOS > 3.0 or OS/2 V1.x and V2.0

- min. 256kB main memory

>60 Quit the program
With this function you quit this program.
>61
Set file attributes/time
--------------------------

Set the file attributes SYSTEM, READONLY, HIDDEN, ARCHIVE
and the file date and time. The display is updated immediately
and shows the new settings.

>62
Copy files
----------------
With this function you can copy a file, all selected files or a whole
directory.

After activationg you can enter a destination path in the command line.
The path last entered is displayed as default. If you enter a new not
existing path the path will be created after a positiv confirmation.
With this possibility you can create a whole path including subdirectories.

Destination : c:\text\x\y\z The complete path will be created.

If you enter a illegal path or press the CURSOR UP key, the directory
tree is displayed for choosing a destination path.
>63
Delete Files
----------------

With this function you can delet files or directories.

If the cursor is positioned on a directory entry, the whole
directory including all subdirectories is delete after confirmation.

>64
Search strings in files
-------------------------
This function searches strings in ASCII or binary files.

If ther string is in the file, a window is displayed with the
text. The following commands are possible :

ESC : Cancel operation, no search operation in other selected files
s : skip File and continue searching in other selected files
i : invalid entry
h : change to hex display
e : edit file, the integrated editor jumps to the fist occurance
of the search string in the specific file

>65
Excecute commands
-------------------
Execute a command with/without swapping program memory.
With CURSOR UP a command history of the already entered commands
is displayed. You can choose one command of that list with Cursor and
Return.

If there is any combination of a command and the fileextension
defined in the preference file the command is added to the filename.

>66
Define the filemask
--------------------
Set the filemask for the file window. If you enter nothing *.* is default.

>67
Programm quick start
----------------------
The command defined for the given fileexetension in the preference file
is immediately executed.

>68
File rename
-------------
With this function you can rename a file or directory.

>69
Set a file selection mask
----------------------------
Set a file selection mask. If you enter nothing *.* is default.

>70
Execute a command with all selected files
------------------------------------------------------
You can enter a command in the commandline. The filename
of all selected files are inserted at the place of the % char.

for example : pkzip -a dummy %

If you use 2 %, then the filename is inserted without
the fileextension.

for example : del \x\y\objs\%%.obj.

>71
Move Files
-------------

Move selected files in another directory.

>72
Edit Files
-------------
>73
Copy with subdirectories
--------------------------
>74
Count directory size
---------------------------

Its possible to calculate the size of a whole directory including all
Subdirectories by pressing F2 on the specific Directory Entry in the file
list. In long display mode (SPACE to toggle) the size is then displayed just
like a normal file size.

With SHIFT-F2 you can calculate the sizes of all Directories actually
displayed in the file list. The display changes automatically to long
display mode.

With this function you can calculate the disk usage of certain programms.

>75
Refresh Directory
----------------------
>76
Count All Directory Sizes
---------------------------

With SHIFT-F2 you can calculate the sizes of all Directories actually
displayed in the file list. The display changes automatically to long
display mode.

With this function you can calculate the disk usage of certain programms.
>77
Next Filelist
---------------------------
>78
Make Directory
---------------------------
>79
Change Display Mode
---------------------------
Changes the actual window display mode of FILEJET
>100
Setup editor
------------
Please enter the coplete path of the external fileeditor. After
Return the path is checked for existance of the program.

>101
Setup file viewer
------------------
Please enter the coplete path of the external fileviewer. After
Return the path is checked for existance of the program.

>102
Setup wordprocessing
-----------------------
Please enter the coplete path of your wordprocessing program. After
Return the path is checked for existance of the program.

>103
Setup hexeditor
----------------
Please enter the coplete path of the external fileeditor. After
Return the path is checked for existance of the program.

>104
Setup file differences
-----------------------
Please enter the coplete path of the program for finding file
differences (diff). After Return the path is checked for
existance of the program.

>107
Setup colors
--------------
Definition of all color settings. Change the background color with
CURSOR UP/DOWN and the foreground color with CURSOR LEFT/RIGHT.
You have to accept the new color setting for a specific color with
RETURN and save the setup.

The main window is redisplayed with the new color after restarting
the program.

>108
Save setup
-------------
Save all setup data.

>109
Setup sort mode
----------------
Defines the sort criteria for the filelist.
You can choose :

alphabetic
date and time
file size
file extension
unsorted
mode /selected files in front
>110
Setup darkscreen
----------------------
Define a time in minutes before the screen display is switched off.
In darkscreen mode a random pixel picture is displayed.

>111
Setup userlevel
----------------
In BEGINNER Level the files with SYSTEM- and HIDDEN attribut are not
displayed. This offers more security so that they can't be deleted
by an user error.

>112
Setup function keys
-----------------------
This function allows the definition of commands for function key
F5 - F10.

For each function key a 9 character comment string is available.
After activating the function key assingment with INSERT this comment
is displayed.

Multiple commands are seperated with a ';'. The actual file
is placed at the position of '%'. If you use '%%' the filename without
extenision is inserted.


F.e: F05 Comment : ZIP
F05 : pkzip -a %%.zip %;del %

>113
Setup Preferences
---------------------
FILEJET allows the combination of Fileextension and commands via
preferences. After QUICK START or COMMAND the preference file is
searched. If the file extension is combined with a command, the command
will immediatly executed or displayed in the command line.

>114
Setup Display Mode
---------------------

With this function you can select the display mode for FILEJET.

FILEJET offers 3 different display modes.

- One File Window
- File Window and Directory window
- Two File Windows

>200
Save File
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>201
Quit File
----------------
>202
Save File and quit
----------------------------
>203
Rename File
-----------------------------
>204
Load File
----------------
>205
Activate next/previous file
----------------------------------
>206
Command mode
-------------------------
>207
Start a shell
----------------
>220
Copy a block
---------------
>221
Delete a block
---------------
>222
Move a block
---------------
>223
Mark a block
----------------
>224
Unmark a block
--------------------
>225
Save marked block in file
--------------------------
>230
Delete line
---------------
>231
Paste Screenpuffer
--------------------
>240
Search a test case sensitive
------------------------------
>241
Search a text case insensitive
-------------------------------
>242
Search text again
------------------


>300
Setup userlevel
----------------
In BEGINNER Level the files with SYSTEM- and HIDDEN attribut are not
displayed. This offers more security so that they can't be deleted
by an user error.
>301
Advanced Userlevel
-------------------
In ADVANCED level all files are displayed.

>400
Compare files
------------------

Compare all selected files of the list (global list) with a destination
directory. File date, time size and existance will be compared.

Files with differences are selected after execution. The state of the
file is displayed as :

O or OLD : source file older than destination file
N or NEW : source file newer than destination file
- or --- : file not existent in destination directory
< or <<< : file smaller than in destination directory
but same date and time.
> or >>> : file bigger than in destination directory
but same date and time.

>401
File differences
--------------------------
This command compared files using the program entered in setup
for file differnces. The output can be redirected (CON for console default).

>402
Filefind
----------------
Locating files on one drive.

You have to enter the path and the search mask in the edit window,
for example

Search : c:\*.exe
Search : .\*.c
Search : .\*.[c-h]

The files mathing the mask are displayed in a global filelist for
further executions with the normal program file functions.

If you enter nothing *.* is default.
If you don't enter a directory the search starts at the root \ .


>403
Move files
------------------

>404
Command recursive
------------------
Enter a command and a filemask in the dialog box. All files matching
the file mask are executed with the given command.

>405
Search Text Recursive
------------------------

This function searches a text in all files matching the entered file
mask. The files are inserted to a global file list for further operations.

>406
Split file
------------------------

This functions splits big files into single smaller pieces, for storing
them f.ex. on a floppy disk. The single parts got the filename and a
numeric extension. If you select the option optimal size, the maximum
space on floppy disk is choosen for the file size.

>407
Build file
------------------------

This function builds the original big file out of the single files
generated by split files. The function must be activated with file
cursor on a splitted file (numeric Extension).

You can build the destination file directly from floppy disk to harddisk.






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Archive   : FJ500E.ZIP
Filename : FJ2.HLP

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