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Old 02 December 2004, 02:40   #1
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Question Where in Wb do I copy ADF2DISK to?

Where in the Workbench 1.3 disk do I copy the ADF2DISK program?

I want to use it to write ADF files I previously sent to the Amiga RAM using a simple command from a CLI like "adf2disk RAM:disk1.adf"

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iīve always been using dirwork for file transactions. this doesnīt seem to be customisable.


how do you implement this adf2disk in diropus so you donīt have to type in cli anymore. using this with a mouseclick.
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