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QuickEditMode.exe,  Version 1.01
Get or set the current console's Quick-Edit mode

Usage:    QuickEditMode.exe  [ /C | /D ]

   or:    QuickEditMode.exe  [ 0 | 1 ]  [ /C ]  [ /D ]

Where:    0    disables Quick-Edit mode
          1    enables Quick-Edit mode
          /C   for current console
          /D   default for all consoles

Notes:    Without command line argument 0 or 1 (get mode), return code 0
          indicates Quick-Edit mode was not set, return code 1 indicates
          it was set.
          With command line argument 0 or 1 (set mode), return code 0
          indicates Quick-Edit mode was changed successfully.
          Return code -1 always indicates an error occurred.
          Without command line switches, only the setting for the current
          console is read or changed.
          With command line switch /D the default setting for all consoles
          is read or changed.
          Use both /C and /D if you want to change the default as well as the
          current console; when reading the current status do not use both.
          Besides this help, the program does not generate any screen output.

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page last uploaded: 2020-03-25