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SubjectRE: Kernel TODO list (vfat : shortcuts vs. symbolic links)
On Thu, 28 Mar 1996, Mark E. Levitt wrote:

> No. Shortcuts are not .PIF files. There are PIF files for DOS
> programs, these are called shortcuts, but their are also files with the
> extension of .lnk that link to windows programs.

Oh, I see: if you may a shortcut to different types of executable, you get
a different types of shortcuts.

In any case, try creating a shortcut to a data file (be it autoexec.bat or
a Word document) and then try dragging it onto Notepad or Word,
respectively.

I rest my case: if Win 95 doesn't know how to deal with shortcuts, I doubt
vfat should try.

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Kenneth Albanowski (kjahds@kjahds.com, CIS: 70705,126)




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