Updated customize-basic.txt

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configuration/customize-basic
# Customize basic

**Association settings of Tablacus Explorer**
Options -> Menu -> Default

**Position of the menu**
"-1": Add to the end

**Environment variable**
You can use environment variables when you perform "Open" or "Exec" the type
- %Selected% The path of selected items
- %TreeSelected% The path of selected item in tree view
- %Current% The Path of currently open
- %Installed% Drive that started the Tablacus Explorer

Example) A USB disk or the like, if you want to run "\bin\viewer.exe" on the same drive as Tablacus Explorer and pass the selected file.

Path
"%Installed%\bin\viewer.exe" %Selected% Type

A USB disk

X:\bin\viewer.exe
X:\bin\Tablacus\Explorer\TE.exe

Changing %Installed% to Start drive of Tablacus Explorer.
It is that you become: "C:" it's C drive.

**Mouse gesture**
Tools... -> Add-ons... -> Mouse
You can start mouse gestures on the right button, middle button, X1 button or the X2 button.
Double-click will piled up "11", and the like button number.

**Mouse buttons**
Left button: 1, Right button: 2, Wheel click: 3, X1 button: 4, X2 button: 5, Wheel up:8, Wheel down:9
The key you press when you start mouse gesture
Shift: S, Ctrl: C, Alt: A

**Alias**
Run that apply with the text entered in the address bar.

**Tool bar, Link bar, Favorites bar**

**If the type is "Open"**
Open the folder. Open multiple folders in the case of multiple lines.

**If the type is "Exec"**
Run the file. Run the file by passing the selected item if there is a "%Selected%"

**If the type is "JScript/VBScript"**
Run the script.

**If the type is "Selected items"**
Open selected items or open the application selected items.

**If the type is "Tab"**
Press the "Reference..." button and choose command of Tab.

**If the type is "Edit"**
Press the "Reference..." button and choose command of Edit.

**If the type is "View"**
Press the "Reference..." button and choose command of View.

**If the type is "Context menu"**
Press the "Reference..." button and choose command of Context menu.

**If the type is "Background"**
Press the "Reference..." button and choose command of Background menu.

**If the type is "Tools"**
Press the "Reference..." button and choose command of Tools.

**If the type is "Options"**
Press the "Reference..." button and choose command of Options.

**If the type is "Add-ons"**
Press the "Reference..." button and choose command of Add-ons.