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Specifying files

When referencing file names/paths that contain spaces, you must surround them with "speech marks":
$ kryptor -e "GitHub Logo.png"
$ kryptor -e "C:\Users\samuel-lucas6\Downloads\GitHub Logo.png"
Files in the same directory as the kryptor executable can be specified using a file name:
$ kryptor -e file.txt​
However, files that are in a different directory (e.g. in your Documents folder) must be specified using a file path:
$ kryptor -e "C:\Users\samuel-lucas6\Documents\file.txt​"
Multiple files and/or directories can be specified at once:
$ kryptor -e file1.txt file2.jpg file3.mp4 Photos Videos
If you've installed Kryptor as a package, these rules apply to the working directory. The cd command on Windows and pwd on Linux/macOS can be used to print the working directory.
Last modified 9mo ago