Thanks, Mark, for trying to help.
But actually copying my web projects from A to B would be very tedious using
the Command Prompt or anything similar. It would be a galore of copying and
pasting path names.
My personal opinion is that Vista should do the job, not some third-party
component. That what it's been paid for...
Perhaps someone from MS reads this and adds a corresponding functionality to
Vista with the next service pack.
"Mark L. Ferguson" wrote:
> No, but you can use a Command Prompt, and a command that would output the
> process as it happens, even to a file if you like.
> There is a GUI for it available.
> Utility Spotlight Robocopy GUI:
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> Mark L. Ferguson
> "Axel Dahmen" <keentoknow@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > Hi,
> > when copying files using Windows Explorer I can't possible read any useful
> > information from the Copy File dialog. It's much too small for any file
> > name
> > found on my hard drive.
> > All I can read is the root directory, an eclipse and some part of the last
> > child directory. But no file name at all! Even when I switch to "Detailed"
> > view I still can't read anything useful - except for the time it takes for
> > the copy process to take place perhaps...
> > Is it possible to resize the Copy/Move File dialog or to activate some
> > tooltips to actually be able to read some useful information from that
> > dialog?
> > TIA,
> > Axel Dahmen