Steven Thomson - 2011-02-19

While I like the fact sfk commands can be called sfk.exe <command> & is useful in scripts it'd be quit nice to add a simple "shell" command that will make sfk go resident & allow it's built in commands to over ride the default windows cmd.exe commands. (.e. sfk shell will bring up sfk> & then typing "copy" will bring up sfk's copy not windows 7's copy).
Just a simple shell type idea… maybe look at yellowshell to see what I mean.
Thanks for the program.