Media: Menu Command
Tip: In each page, you can access (or switch on/off) up to the
ﬁrst ten menu commands by holding down the ENTER
switch and pressing the corresponding numeric key 0–9.
Tip: While this command is open, the ENTER switch will
operate as the OK button and the EXIT switch will operate
as the Cancel button.
Procedure for menu commands
1. Select the menu command.
2. Make settings in the dialog box.
For details on the content of each dialog box, refer to the
explanation of each command.
3. To execute, press the OK button. To cancel without exe-
cuting, press the Cancel button.
0–1: Load Menu Command
Hide unknown ﬁles
If you select Hide unknown ﬁles, a check mark will appear
at the left of "Hide unknown ﬁles." In this state, undeﬁned
ﬁles will not be shown in the directory window. However,
this is valid only if there are DOS ﬁles in the current
This locks/unlocks the ﬁle or directory that's selected in the
directory window (Media 0–1c). If you lock the ﬁle or
directory, the lock icon ("Lock") will appear, and
overwriting, copying, or deleting will not be possible.
1. In the directory window (Media 0–1c), select the ﬁle or
directory that you want to lock or unlock.
2. Select Lock/Unlock selected; the selected ﬁle or direc-
tory will alternately be locked or unlocked.
This function sorts the ﬁles in the current directory.
Use Type to select how the ﬁles will be sorted, and use
Order to specify the direction.
Sort in alphabetical order, ﬁrst directories
and then ﬁles
Sort in reverse alphabetical order, ﬁrst
directories and then ﬁles
Sort in reverse alphabetical
Sort in ascending order of size
Sort in descending order of size
Sort in ascending order of date
Sort in descending order of date