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    Salri reacted to rconn's post in the thread Migrating from v27 to v28 with Like Like.
    Copy your TCMD.INI from your v27 location (default is c:\programdata\jp software\take command 27\tcmd.ini) to the v28 location (default...
  • rconn
    rconn replied to the thread file explorer - short cut keys.
    It's a Microsoft control; I don't have any control over the shortcut keys it uses (or doesn't use).
  • rconn
    rconn replied to the thread Migrating from v27 to v28.
    Copy your TCMD.INI from your v27 location (default is c:\programdata\jp software\take command 27\tcmd.ini) to the v28 location (default...
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    Salri posted the thread Migrating from v27 to v28 in Support.
    I've been manually updating the Options settings for TC and TCC for many years when I upgrade. Is there any easier way to migrate my...
  • rconn
    rconn replied to the thread v28 license key.
    Hi Bill - we sent your v28 key on 7-13-2021. I just resent them; let me know if you didn't receive them. I don't know what's happening...
  • bwawsc2
    bwawsc2 posted the thread v28 license key in Support.
    I've been attempting to email support@jpsoft.com (by clicking the mailto: link in the announcement email) to report that I have not...
  • Joe Caverly
    The following shows what would be executed on my system if I typed list; e:\utils>which /a list list is an alias : e:\utils\msdos.exe...
  • thorntonpg
    Are the general windows shortcut keys suppose to work in the tcmd file explorer. As in cut, copy, paste and delete when managing files...
  • Joe Caverly
    @SYMLINK is using the same example that is used for @JUNCTION Joe
  • Jay Sage
    Oh, that's very important to know. I definitely did not want those settings to be inherited! They were changes to the email settings to...
  • rconn
    rconn replied to the thread v28 key files.
    I don't believe that's possible unless something went wrong with your installation (like you were installing over an existing v27...
  • vefatica
    vefatica replied to the thread Tray min'd TCMD and ACTIVATE.
    The actual Outlook setting is "Hide when minimized". When I use ACTIVATE, it doesn't know it was minimized. In post #3, I gave three...
  • vefatica
    vefatica replied to the thread Tray min'd TCMD and ACTIVATE.
    ... and neither icon will do anything.
  • vefatica
    vefatica replied to the thread Tray min'd TCMD and ACTIVATE.
    When set to minimize to the tray, Outlook's icon is always in the tray. When it's restored, it also has a taskbar icon. ACTIVATE TRAY...
  • rconn
    rconn replied to the thread Tray min'd TCMD and ACTIVATE.
    Why don't you want to use the ACTIVATE TRAY option when you want to minimize to the tray?