ClipPath - A free Shell Extension Utility ----------------------------------------- version 1.1 Very often, as a Programmer you need to set classpath or path environment variable pointing to full path of a file. You end up typing it entirely (the Copy command in the context menu copies the file itself, not its name). ClipPath is a shell extension for Windows 95/98/NT4.0/2000 allowing to copy the name of a file to the clipboard. Just right-click the file in the Explorer and select the "ClipPath (\)" command. This version also allows to copy multiple filenames. If you select multiple filenames, you'll be able to create a list of semicolon (;) separated filenames on a single line. Folder names are also supported. For those who who would like to copy the full path of a file to clipboard in unix format can use the "ClipPath (/)" command. It is recommended to uninstall the older version before installing this new one. HOW TO INSTALL -------------- Installation of this extension is easy. First, copy ClipPath.dll and ClipPath.inf to any directory. Open the Explorer and right-click on the Setup Information file (ClipPath.inf). Choose the INSTALL command. When you're done installing , you can delete the original files. They have been copied to your SYSTEM\SHELLEXT directory. However, you should make a BACKUP in case you uninstall the extension and want to re-install it later. The files will be deleted when uninstalling. HOW TO UNINSTALL ---------------- Open the Control Panel and select Add/Remove Programs. In the Install/Uninstall page, select ClipPath program and click on Add/Remove. FREEWARE -------- This software is freeware. You can copy it, give it to friends, upload it to any server. It is prohibited to charge any fee for this software. Feel free to send in your feedback to: S.Suresh 18, Shivneri Society 1st Lane, Happy Colony Kothrud, Pune - 411 029 India Email: email@example.comDownload Driver Pack
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