XYplorer 9.20 has been released on 11-Jun-2010. Here's a quick introduction to the main new features:
For example, you often need to list all PHP files in a certain directory. Through the Address Bar you would do it like this (state the location and apply a Visual Filter):
Now let's define an alias for this statement! Simply type @ and a name of your choice ("p" in the example) and an equal sign (icon turns to a red heart), and then press Enter:
You have defined @p to be an alias for "D:\www\xyplorer.com\code\|*.php". Next time you simply type @p into the Address Bar (icon turns to a blue heart) and the statement "D:\www\xyplorer.com\code\|*.php" will be processed:
This was just a simple example. Any string (locations, searches, scripts, DOS commands...) can be represented by an alias, and the number of possible aliases is not limited by XYplorer. And, of course, aliases are retained across sessions.
You can easily manage your aliases in Tools | List Management | Aliases...:
To enable this feature simply tick the following checkboxes in Configuration | General: