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DISK NAVIGATOR takes over for the ordinary DOS prompt on your computer and displays the files on your disk(s) in several display formats; copy, move and erase files on an individual or group basis. Individual files can be browsed or renamed. There is a submit facility in which the commands and file names normally typed at the DOS prompt are now typed and automatically passed on to DOS. The benefit -- no misspellings! Context-sensitive help screens and pop-up windows make DISK NAVIGATOR easy to use. The program can show the files from a number of drives/ directories on the screen at the same time, giving your computer a "super" disk directory. Scan one disk directory or the entire disk directory structure.
DNAV is a directory shell with several powerful features: - SUBMIT facility eliminates the need to key in file and path names. - Macros to reduce keystrokes needed. - Graphic directory tree when you press 'J' (to jump to a directory) - Shows files from multiple drives/directories (intermixed, if you wish). - Context sensitive Help screens (press F1) and pop-up windows. - Scans only the directories of interest, reading the whole disk directory structure is optional. - Copys are safer, you are prompted before you overwrite files. - View function has find commands, the cursor pad is enabled. Here is a sample screen format (seven are available): Line Type: ________________ Screen Image _________________________ | Format 1:>| DNAV 1.2 Copr. 1987 S.Peters COLS:4 SORT: dir:Y files:F | SUBMIT 2:>| d:\> list D:\blip\blp.txt | Title 3:>| Filename Ext Sz-K Filename Ext Sz-K (for details 5:) | Root dir4:>| D:\ 3 of 89 Files 5756 Bytes, Label:RAMDISK, 721K free Detail 5:>| \BLIP <D>| Cf .doc 4| Dnav .doc 45 5:>| Blp .txt 2| Dnav-hi .bat 2| Dnav .exe 53 | Subdir 6:>| D:\BLIP 2 of 2 Files 3232 Bytes 5:>| Bl .bat 2| Blp .txt 2 | Prompt 7:>| Tag Add Scroll Xclude Jump F1 - Help F10 - Quit The top line (1:) indicate the sort sequence of the displayed files: by directory or intermixed; by name, size, date, or extension. The next line (2:) is for the SUBMIT feature which is used to call DOS. Use the F5 and F6 keys to move file names from the detail lines (5:) to this line. Above it is set to call program 'LIST' for file 'BLP.TXT'. The title line (3:) identifies the fields in the detail (5:) lines. The directory lines (4: and 6:) identifies the owner of the files. The detail line (5:) shows files and subdirectories. The amount of information shown varies with the setting of the top line. The prompt line (7:) indicates what functions are available at each cursor position. Key in the first letter to call the function. F1 gives context sensitive help, F10 quits to DOS. Use the cursor keys to move around the screen. <PgUp> and <PgDn> move you thru the data in DNAV's tables. DNAV is shareware. Upgrades will be prompt with YOUR support.
Disk No 810 Program Title: DISK NAVIGATOR (DNAV) version 1.3 PC-SIG version 1.4 DISK NAVIGATOR is a program which takes over for the ordinary DOS prompt you see on your computer and displays the files on your disk(s) in several display formats, letting you copy, move, and erase files on an individual or group basis. Individual files of your choosing can be browsed through or renamed. It has a SUBMIT facility in which the commands and file names normally typed at the DOS prompt are now typed and automatically passed on to DOS. The benefit: no misspellings! Context-sensitive help screens and pop-up windows make DISK NAVIGATOR easy to use. The program can also show the files from a number of drives/directories on the screen at the same time, giving your computer a "super" disk directory. You can command DISK NAVIGATOR to scan just one disk directory, or the entire disk directory structure. Usage: DOS Shell. Special Requirements: None. How to Start: Type DNAV (press enter). Suggested Registration: $19.00 File Descriptions: DNAV EXE The program. DNAV DOC Maunual (has form feeds, set your printer). DNAVSMRY DOC A one-page summary. DNAV-HI BAT Used in the tutorial. DNAVTERM USG Conditions for usage and distribution. DNAV MAC DNAV macro. PC-SIG 1030D E Duane Avenue Sunnyvale Ca. 94086 (408) 730-9291 (c) Copyright 1987,88 PC-SIG, Inc.
╔═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╗ ║ <<<< Disk No 810 DISK NAVIGATOR (DNAV) version 1.3 >>>> ║ ╠═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╣ ║ ║ ║ To print the documentation on this disk, type: ║ ║ ║ ║ COPY DNAV.DOC PRN (press enter) ║ ║ ║ ║ To run the program, type: ║ ║ ║ ║ DNAV (press enter) ║ ║ ║ ╚═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╝
Volume in drive A has no label Directory of A:\ DNAV-HI BAT 71 1-15-87 4:37p DNAV DOC 57571 10-21-87 10:19a DNAV EXE 62464 10-13-87 11:44a DNAV MAC 2495 10-21-87 10:19a DNAVSMRY DOC 2627 9-23-87 4:30p DNAVTERM USG 940 7-23-87 2:12p FILES810 TXT 1440 10-18-88 7:25a GO BAT 38 8-07-87 3:28p GO TXT 1002 10-07-88 12:15p READ ME 578 10-20-87 3:02p 10 file(s) 129226 bytes 28672 bytes free