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Old 16 February 2018, 15:09   #81
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DOpusM2_ARexx.guide should be the newest? and is at least in http://aminet.net/package/util/dopus/Dopus5_91_os3

"lister refresh" is what are you looking for. DOpus 4 should do automatic refresh.

http://aminet.net/package/util/wb/CopyIcon44 (if I'm not wrong PeterK did a version of it too) maybe help you with copy icons.
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Old 19 February 2018, 20:21   #82
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Thanks! Yes I found some icon copy tools too, there's one in MagicWB. And I might use that eventually, but for now I have set myself a challenge to write a working arexx script for DOpus. Just for fun.
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The DOpus 4 manual appears to have documentation on all the ARexx commands. If you don't have it in your install, it's available from Sourceforge here.

Apparently, the Rescan command should re-read the the specified window, so that might be worth checking out:
Rescan [WIN]

WIN optional; window to rescan
(-1 = current window, 0=left or 1=right)
defaults to -1.

This causes the directory in the active window (or the specified window) to
be re-read. This has exactly the same effect as activating the directory
string field and pressing return, without modifying the directory name.

ARexx Results:

RC = 0

Result = undefined
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