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GBIC >> Freeware >> gbNavigate
gbNavigate
gbNavigate is a very easy-to-use way to search for a folder.

Features include opening selected folders in a Window, in Explorer or in a DOS window Multiple drives may be include in the search.

Online updates are supported.


Download (ver 1.3, 0.2MB)

OnLine Help

Change History

  • 27 July 2003
    Added option to display only exact matches
    Fixed problem that Within searches did no use End/Exact options correctly
  • 24 July 2003
    Changed default value of AutoClose to unchecked
    Adjusted minimum window size so that Within button is fully visible
  • 23 July 2003
    Added option to ignore floppy drives A: and B:
    Added right-mouse click option to display entire name of long folders
    Added keyboard shortcut to Find textbox
    Added feature that allows an abbreviated display of long folder names
  • 22 July 2003
    Revised GUI
    Added form resize capability
    Added right-mouse options to determine action to take (Open/DOS/Explore)
  • 15 July 2003
    Fixed problem that gbNavigate was not releasing resources when it ended
  • 24 June 2003
    Replaced text box with dropdown listbox that keeps the last 8 Find/FindWithin entries
    Changed form to disallow sizing, but to allow minimizing
    Added ..v, ..m, ..l, and ..x inputs commands (view all, minimize, focus on list, exit)
  • 23 June 2003
    "Delete Settings" menu option corrected to "Default Settings" - deletes all, then sets to default values
    Disabled the 'BEEP' that sounds when you press enter in a textbox
    FIxed problem with .Within always enabled
    Changed last refreshed text box to a label which cannot be edited
  • 21 June 2003
    Fixed problem with opening DOS window where drive and directory are changed
  • 19 June 2003