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Support for Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and Safari is provided as we periodically release new versions of the software.

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Note: FreeWriter is not a browser. To work with files on your desktop, simply use one of the many file managers that support FTP clients. If you need to create a new site on your desktop, use a text editor like Notepad++ or TextPad.

FreeTextWriter – Powerful WYSIWYG HTML Editor

FreeTextWriter is a free software tool developed by FreeTextWriter Inc. for Windows and Mac OS X.


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Sunday, December 17, 2016

In this post we will try to understand the principles behind how the ‘File Extensions’ select list works.

The command we are using is called “fileprint” and the syntax is:

fileprint p1 filelist

Where p1 is the name of the directory from where you will start the search and the filelist is the directory to be searched.

filelist is the name of the file we are searching in the directory we are in.

One of the most common questions we receive is about the extensions in the filelist.

For example, if the filelist is the directory “c:\my\templates” and we are in the “c:\my\templates\data” directory, we would use the syntax:

fileprint c:\my\templates\data filelist.txt

Then we would see the contents of the filelist.txt:


In order to understand the way the extensions work, we have to think a bit about the file list we are generating.

The first thing that we have to do is to create a file with a name that represents the directory we will be creating a file list with.

Then we have to write the following contents in that file:

cd C:\my\templates
dir |find “.” -name “*.txt”
findstr /v /e /c:”%1″ %0 >> FILELIST.txt

That is why we must have one single space between %0 and %1.

The next step is to write a file listing the contents of the directory that will be generated in the filelist.txt.

In the directory “C:\my\templates\data” the following files are created: