Besides the request of a URL with the browser you also can now display and navigate in the directory structure of the cache archive with the command ls.
The abbreviation ls was used used for list by analogy with the corresponding Unix command.
All Domains which the active Surf Set contains are listed in the domain directory. You get this list if you enter the URL http://l.s into the address bar of the browser. Entering ls usually suffices. The visualization of the list is dependent on the number of the domains to be listed. The following visualizations are possible:
The number of the domains up to which the Full Specified or compact visualization is made out can be set with Options/Navigation.
The term Domain is used as short name for Secondary-Level Domain. We otherwise describe this as a Full Specified Domain. At this, we assume per default, the protocol HTTP.
With the command ls not only all domains can be shown but also all files in a directory. For this case the command /ls is added to directory name.The directory is displayed as follows:
The HTML files are listed with their title and description as well as approx. 200 characters text.
The number of listed HTML files is configurable with Options/Navigation.
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