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Archive   : NDIR220.ZIP
Filename : ND.INI

 
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[New Directory configuration file, for OS/2 and DOS]
;
[Version]
;
OS2NewDirectory = 2.11
DOSNewDirectory = 2.11
;
[Color]
;
; See the help description for extensions to get the codes for color values
;
ClsColor = 0107
HeaderName = 0106
HeaderVersion = 0106
VolumeText = 0107
LabelFileSysType = 0101
SerialNumberText = 0107
SerialNumber = 0107
DirectoryOf = 0102
DirectoryText = 0103
SeparatorLines = 0003
FileSize = 0107
FileDate = 0002
FileTime = 0002
FileAttribs = 0103
Description = 0103
FooterText = 0106
DiskBytes = 0107
FileBytes = 0107
TotalFiles = 0107
HiddenFiles = 0004
DirectoryColor = 0105
DefaultColor = 0007
DirScanBgColor = 0000
DirScanLineColor = 0007
PauseColor = 0106
KbSizeColor = 0107
KbSizeKColor = 0106
MbSizeColor = 0107
MbSizeMColor = 0104
ForceKbSizeColor = 0107
ForceKbSizeKColor= 0106
ForceMbSizeColor = 0107
ForceMbSizeMColor= 0104
;
;
[Switches]
;
; Bits are either TRUE/FALSE or ON/OFF or YES/NO
;
ClearScreen = NO
Pause = YES
;
; Valid options for SortType are:
; 0 Do Not Sort
; 1 Sort by File Name (alphabetical order)
; 2 Sort by File Extension (alphabetical order)
; 3 Sort by File Size (smallest to largest)
; 4 Sort by File Time/Date Stamp (oldest to newest)
;
; Use the ReverseSort option or command line switch to reverse the
; order of the sorting.
;
SortType = 1
ReverseSort = NO
;
; Valid options for FatColumns and HpfsColumns is 1 to 6
;
FatColumns = 4
HpfsColumns = 1
;
; Valid options for UseColor are:
; 0 Black & White
; 1 Color
; 2 Use Standard Output (STDOUT) for display (for redirection)
;
UseColor = 1
;
; Valid values for DirCase, FileCase, and MiscCase are YES, TRUE, or
; ON for upper case, and NO, FALSE, or OFF for lower case.
;
DirCase = ON
FileCase = ON
MiscCase = ON
;
; Valid values for HpfsCase are YES, TRUE, or ON to use DOS case settings
; for OS/2 HPFS volumes, and NO, FALSE, or OFF to display HPFS volume
; names as found. Normally you would probably want OFF, since
; HPFS file names are case sensitive (for display, not execution).
;
HpfsCase = OFF
DirsFirst = YES
HorizontalSort = NO
FilesOnly = NO
AllFiles = YES
;
; Use a single character for date/time separators enclosed by quotes ""
;
DateChar = "-"
TimeChar = ":"
FileKbDisplay = NO
SumKbDisplay = NO
UseCommas = YES
;
; Valid value for WideColumns is 1 to 6
;
WideColumns = 6
BareDisplay = NO
;
; AutoSelect decides if ND should try to auto select the columns to display
; and if so, the limits. A value of 0 indicates that no AutoSelect should
; be done. A value of 1 to 6 indicates the column limit for AutoSelect.
; Any other value invalidates the entry, and turns AutoSelect off.
;
AutoSelect = 4

;
;
[FileMasks]
;
;DOSFileMask can be up to 12 characters for DOS.
; (8 chars for name, 1 for period, 3 for extension = 12)
;OS2FileMask can be up to 255 characters long (why???).
; Any valid OS/2 file specification can be used.
; Note that for HPFS systems, case is NOT sensitive for color coding.
;Wildcards (? and *) are allowed in both DOS and OS/2 specs.
;
;FileMaskColor should be in the form of KIBF, where:
; K is the blink option, 1 is on, 0 is off
; I is the intensity option, 1 is high, 0 is low
; B is the background color code, 0 to 7
; F is the foreground color code, 0 to 7
;
; Valid values for B and F are:
;
; Low intensity High Intensity (Foreground Only)
; 0 Black 0 Dark Gray
; 1 Blue 1 Light Blue
; 2 Green 2 Light Green
; 3 Cyan 3 Light Cyan
; 4 Red 4 Light Red
; 5 Magenta 5 Light Magenta
; 6 Brown 6 Yellow
; 7 Light Gray 7 White
;
; Example:
; OS2FileMask1 = M*.BAT
; OS2FileMaskColor1 = 0104
;
; In the example, all files (under OS/2, using ND_OS2) that start with M
; and have an extension of BAT will be non-blinking, hi-intensity Red on
; a black background.
;
; If all 50 available filemask codes are not needed, i.e., if you only want
; to use 5 total filemasks under OS/2, then define OS2FileMask1 to
; OS2FileMask5 and OS2FileMaskColor1 to OS2FileMaskColor5. Although New
; Directory will scan through all 50 codes to get any valid ones, it is
; faster if they are defined in sequential order with no blanks in between
; definitions.
;
; Be aware that ND will stop scanning for matches after the first one it
; finds, so having:
; DOSFileMask3 = *.EXE
; DOSFileMaskColor3 = 0103
; DOSFileMask8 = F*.*
; DOSFileMaskColor8 = 0104
; will result in a file such as FSH.EXE being coded as 0103, NOT 0104.
; Reversing the order of the above defined masks, so 3 is F*.* and 8 is
; *.EXE, FSH.EXE would have been colored as 0104. Just make sure you
; remember that ND stops at the first mask that matches the filename.
;
; The following 50 codes will be recognized under OS/2 only.
;
OS2FileMask1 = *.LIB
OS2FileMaskColor1 = 0002
OS2FileMask2 = *.INI
OS2FileMaskColor2 = 0003
OS2FileMask3 = *.SYS
OS2FileMaskColor3 = 0005
OS2FileMask4 = *.C
OS2FileMaskColor4 = 0006
OS2FileMask5 = *.CC
OS2FileMaskColor5 = 0006
OS2FileMask6 = *.CPP
OS2FileMaskColor6 = 0006
OS2FileMask7 = *.PAS
OS2FileMaskColor7 = 0006
OS2FileMask8 = *.BAS
OS2FileMaskColor8 = 0006
OS2FileMask9 = *.ASM
OS2FileMaskColor9 = 0006
OS2FileMask10 = *.H
OS2FileMaskColor10 = 0101
OS2FileMask11 = *.COM
OS2FileMaskColor11 = 0102
OS2FileMask12 = *.BAT
OS2FileMaskColor12 = 0104
OS2FileMask13 = *.CMD
OS2FileMaskColor13 = 0104
OS2FileMask14 = *.EXE
OS2FileMaskColor14 = 0103
OS2FileMask15 = *.ZIP
OS2FileMaskColor15 = 0106
OS2FileMask16 = *.ARC
OS2FileMaskColor16 = 0106
OS2FileMask17 = *.ARJ
OS2FileMaskColor17 = 0106
OS2FileMask18 = *.ZOO
OS2FileMaskColor18 = 0106
OS2FileMask19 = *.LZH
OS2FileMaskColor19 = 0106
OS2FileMask20 = *.PAK
OS2FileMaskColor20 = 0106
OS2FileMask21 = *.DOC
OS2FileMaskColor21 = 0107
OS2FileMask22 = *.TXT
OS2FileMaskColor22 = 0107
OS2FileMask23 = *.1ST
OS2FileMaskColor23 = 0107
OS2FileMask24 = *.ME
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; The following 50 codes will be recognized under DOS and Windows, or OS/2
; when a DOS window/fullscreen session is opened.
;
DOSFileMask1 = *.BAT
DOSFileMaskColor1 = 0104
DOSFileMask2 = *.COM
DOSFileMaskColor2 = 0102
DOSFileMask3 = *.EXE
DOSFileMaskColor3 = 0103
DOSFileMask4 = *.SYS
DOSFileMaskColor4 = 0005
DOSFileMask5 = *.DOC
DOSFileMaskColor5 = 0107
DOSFileMask6 = *.TXT
DOSFileMaskColor6 = 0107
DOSFileMask7 = *.1ST
DOSFileMaskColor7 = 0107
DOSFileMask8 = *.LHA
DOSFileMaskColor8 = 0106
DOSFileMask9 = *.ZIP
DOSFileMaskColor9 = 0106
DOSFileMask10 = *.ARJ
DOSFileMaskColor10 = 0106
DOSFileMask11 = *.ARC
DOSFileMaskColor11 = 0106
DOSFileMask12 = *.PAK
DOSFileMaskColor12 = 0106
DOSFileMask13 = *.ZOO
DOSFileMaskColor13 = 0106
DOSFileMask14 = *.LZH
DOSFileMaskColor14 = 0106
DOSFileMask15 = *.BAS
DOSFileMaskColor15 = 0003
DOSFileMask16 = *.PAS
DOSFileMaskColor16 = 0003
DOSFileMask17 = *.CPP
DOSFileMaskColor17 = 0003
DOSFileMask18 = *.C
DOSFileMaskColor18 = 0003
DOSFileMask19 = *.ASM
DOSFileMaskColor19 = 0003
DOSFileMask20 = *.H
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  3 Responses to “Category : Recently Uploaded Files
Archive   : NDIR220.ZIP
Filename : ND.INI

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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