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Release 1.0 (15 Sep 93)
Eivind Nordseth Email: email@example.com
Ultima Thule Software
QuickTools is the tool package for the hard disk owner
who is tired of writing long pathnames when changing
directories and who doesn't have the time to search
for files manually. QuickTools consists mainly of
three small utilities and a library where the search
routines are. All search routines support standard
With this you can change directory by only writing
enough of the directory name to identify it. The
directory can be anywhere on the harddisk. If more
than one directory maches the search word a requester
will pop up and you can select the directory you want
to change to.
If you want to change to a directory with the
following path: 'Harddisk0:Work/SAS/SelfMade/QuickCD'
You can write:
'Qcd Harddisk0:Work/SAS/SelfMade/QuickCD' (the hard way)
Or just: 'Qcd qui' (the Qcd way)
Search for files, scans through the database in just a
A commodity for file and directory searching.
These programs are a must for any serious hard disk user!!
Why use QuickTools instead of other similar utilities:
- All search routines support wildcards and are in a
- Qcd (<2K) and QFind (1K) is quite small and can be
- The database is quite compact, (37K to store 4500
filenames with directory information).
- Qcd is almost as fast as the normal CD since the
directory database is kept resident in memory.
- QPop can pop up with a hotkey and the search result
can be copied to the clipboard so that it can be pasted
to the input stream by program supporting this.
- All GUI's can be controlled by the keyboard. No need to
move your hand to the mouse.
QuickTools is an update and extension of my former
QuickCD program. QuickCD is now a part of the
Requires an Amiga with OS compatible with Workbench
2.04. A harddisk is also nice to have :-)
QuickTools is ftp uploaded to Aminet and can be found
at: ftp.wustl.edu 188.8.131.52
It should also be available at all other Aminet sites.
Filemame : QuickToolsR1.lha
QuickTools Release 1.0 is FreeWare.
Copyright (C) 1993 Ultima Thule Software, All Rights Reserved.
QuickTools is NOT public domain, but freely distributable.