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Sergei Kukolev | Fri, 20 Feb 2009 13:24:43 UTC

I am supposed to initiate a new retrospective project for the Norton Commander functionality in new terms of

dynamic structures semantics {inf.by/subject} to represent a new terms functionality of the Norton

Commander file manager system and program interface design with mean to implement a new kind of basic

functionality on its basis. This is kind of programming interface to represent the current state of the dynamic structures in use like

program elements and files altogether. This is a classic style interface of the Norton Commander file

manager. It may present a programm data in its dynamics. Just imagine yourself the Norton Commander interface with Kubik Rubik dynamics. Rotation of the "Norton

Kubik" structure changes the current content and state of Norton Commander interface. Thus simple to gain

an incredible functionality of the dynamic structures with one click by Norton Commander remake!

Kinda Kubik Rubik Norton Commander. Hybrid loopback.


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