"fuzzy !!" wrote:
>... how can I better specify an action if two conditions exist?

A color-keyed example of this process is in "Booming or Fuming?" Follow
this link


The example uses the SelectCase Pattern to process up to four choices. You
can also request the (FREE) Advanced Pattern Script,
"TSG_SelectCase.Pattern.cmd", a fully commented template that you can edit
for your specific needs, at (http://TheSystemGuard.com/Scripts)

The pattern is applicable to any scripting question where the answer can be
processed as A, B, C, D or "None of the Above". A practical implementation
is the "GetOS" Mount/\Command


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