RECALL - Recall (Open) a Favorite File List
RECALL | RC
[ RECENT | list-name ]
Specifies the name of a File List to be displayed. The list-name operand is treated as case-insensitive.
- When list-name is omitted, a default of RECENT is assumed. RECALL RECENT causes the Recent Files File List to be displayed.
- If list-name is FAV, FAVORITE or FAVOURITE, it cause the Favorite Files File List to be displayed.
- If list-name is FOUND, it cause the Found Files File List to be displayed.
- If list-name is OPEN, it cause the Open Files File List to be displayed. RECALL OPEN and SWAP LIST perform the same function.
- If list-name is PATHS, it cause the Recent Paths File List to be displayed.
- If list-name is anything else, like MyList, it causes the Named Favorites File List MyList.FLIST to be displayed.
RECALL is a primary command that may be issued from any Edit or Browse tab, from a Clipboard edit tab, from a SET-variable edit tab, or from the File Manager command line.
RECALL will switch the display to the File Manager, if not already there, and then displays the list of files in the Recent Files File List, or another named File List if name is specified. This action is equivalent to clicking on the File Manager tab and then clicking on the line that says Recent Files File List, or clicking on Named Favorites and then clicking on name.FILELIST.
Note: Former Tritus SPF users will recognize the RECALL | RC command as performing a similar function
Reserved File List names
The File List names FOUND, OPEN and PATHS are reserved for displaying the special lists described above. This is in addition to RECENT, FAV, FAVORITE and FAVOURITE which were already reserved.
Reserved File List names cannot be used for user-defined named favorites for the FAVORITE and MAKELIST commands. Even though you can issue a command like RECALL OPEN, you cannot say FAVORITE OPEN, because that would imply you were creating (or adding a file name to) a named favorite File List called OPEN, which SPFLite has reserved for its internal list of currently-open files.
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