I have not updated the User Guide.
There are two aspects to the new RMC6 ctrl+v usage.
First, if you have a text file with one or more URLs, each on a separate line,
you can ctrl+c to copy that listing to your Windows clipboard. Then, in RMC6,
if you have the file listing area active, using ctrl+v will paste those URLs
and queue each for downloading. With this usage, you no longer have to paste
URLs one-by-one into the URL bar. Of course, not all videos can be grabbed
this way, but it works reliably with YouTube.
The second new usage of ctrl+v is if you want to import files into RMC6. In
Windows File Explorer, find one or more files that you would like to import.
With these files selected, use ctrl+c to copy their info to the Windows
clipboard. As before, go to RMC6 and have the file listing active. Use ctrl+v
to paste the files into the RMC6 file listing. You can subsequently convert
I hope this explains the new feature.
Applian Technologies, Inc.
From: Petro T. Giannakopoulos<mailto:petrogia@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, April 25, 2015 7:01 AM
With the latest release there is a new keyboard short cut.
New - can now use ctrl-v of files from window explorer to import and lists
of urls to download.
Dr. Wilson is this shortcut explained in the guide an is it listed in
keyboard shortcuts area of the guide.
Finally, can you briefly explain the ctrl-v usage?
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