Nice Free Utilities for Windows
By Citraka dasa
Ninotech Path Copy 4.0
Ninotech Path Copy is a shell extension for Windows 95, 98, NT4, 2000, and XP that enables to copy the path of a file or directory to the Clipboard. You can then paste the path in to your document, e-mail, etc. You copy the path of a file or directory by right-clicking it in the Windows Explorer and choosing Copy Path from the context menu. The context menu then offers nine standard ways of copying the path, in addition to the user defined copying methods that you create yourself:
– Short Name: File/folder name converted to 8.3 characters
– Long Name: File/folder name
– Short Folder: Parent folder name converted to 8.3 characters
– Long Folder: Parent folder name
– Short Path: Full path name converted to 8.3 characters
– Long Path: Full path name
– Short UNC Path: Full UNC path name converted to 8.3 characters (only enabled in network environment)
– Long UNC Path: Full UNC path name (only enabled in network environment)
– Internet Path: Full UNC path name converted to Internet path (only enabled in network environment)
– Setup… Create your own copy methods for copying the path names.
Get it here: http://home.worldonline.dk/ninotech/freeutil.htm
Ninotech Path Copy Context Menu screenshot:
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