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authorAlex Parker <rockbox@aeparker.com>2010-10-31 14:58:49 +0000
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Manual: rejig the disktidy plugin entry somewhat.
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% $Id$ %
\subsection{Disk Tidy}
- Disk Tidy deletes junk files left behind by Windows, Linux or OS X after a USB
- connection. Select the OS's files you want to delete in the `Files to Clean'
- menu and select `Start Cleaning' to begin to process. The settings
- are stored in \fname{.rockbox/rocks/apps/disktidy.config}, in a plain text
- file that is user-modifiable to allow more entries to be added.
+ Disk Tidy deletes junk files commonly left behind by Windows, Linux and
+ OS X after connecting your \dap{} over USB. Select the files you want to
+ delete in the ``Files to Clean'' menu and select ``Start Cleaning'' to begin
+ the process. The settings are stored in the plain text file
+ \fname{.rockbox/rocks/apps/disktidy.config} that is user-modifiable to allow
+ custom entries to be added.
- You can use up to one '*' as a wild-card character which matches any string.
- the first '*' is recognized as a wild-card character and any additional '*' are
- literal '*'.
+ The asterisk character (``*'') can be used a wild-card which will match any
+ string; however only the first asterisk will be recognised as a wild-card
+ with any additional uses being taken as literal.\\*
- \warn{Be careful when you use custom entries.
- You could accidentally delete important files.}
+ \warn{Be careful when you use custom entries as you could accidentally delete
+ important files.}
\subsubsection{Available Options}
\begin{description}
@@ -24,7 +25,8 @@
\fname{/System Volume Information}.
\item[Mac] selects OS X files. Default files are \fname{.\_*}, \fname{.DS\_Store} and
\fname{/.Trashes}.
- \item[Other] selects additional files added in by the user.
+ \item[Other] selects additional files added to the configuration file by the
+ user.
\end{description}
\begin{btnmap}