Topic: Easy2Boot

Date 26/05/2019

By SteveSi

Subject Re: Re: Fastload Caching menu spacing

Hi
FASTLOAD is controlled by \_ISO\MAINMENU\ZZSubMenuAll.mnu
If you look at the start it has
# --- FASTLOAD ---

iftitle [if not exist CD && if not exist NOFLDMNU && cat --locate=NO ()/FASTLOAD.YES > nul] $$STRhMFE
# use current menu
echo YES > /FASTLOAD.YES && set MFOLDER=/_ISO/MAINMENU
# update cached menu file
cat (md)0xa000+0xA0 > /_ISO/e2b/grub/FASTLOAD.MNU
configfile (md)0xa000+0xA0

iftitle [if not exist CD && if not exist NOFLDMNU && cat --locate=YES ()/FASTLOAD.YES > nul] $$STRhMFD
# Disable fastload
echo NO > /FASTLOAD.YES && set MFOLDER=/_ISO/MAINMENU
configfile /_ISO/e2b/grub/menu.lst

# --- FASTLOAD STATUS INDICATOR

iftitle [if not exist NOFLDST if exist STALE && cat --locate=YES ()/FASTLOAD.YES > nul] $$STRmFS1
if not "%GFX%"=="" configfile (md)0xa000+0xA0
root ()

So NOFLDMNU will stop the menu entries from appearing
However the Status indicator line is suppressed by NOFLDST.
So if you use
set NOFLDMNU=1
set NOFLDST=1
in your MyE2B.cfg file, then it should suppress them.
Now if you want to add your own .mnu file for Fastload, then copy these lines and change them as you wish.
Obviously, you will need to remove the 'if not exist NOxxxxxx' bit or they won't display!
http://www.easy2boot.com/speeding-up-e2b/
(Tip: Use the Search box and search for FASTLOAD if you want to find out about FASTLOAD - or - look in Sample_MyE2B.cfg for all possible settings ;-)

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