A batch command lets you run several actions from the same context menu command. In a batch command you can add several custom commands of any kind (run program, copy/move files, rename, etc).
The batch command can be run on two modes: sequential and concurrent.
- Sequential: the next child command will run when the previous child command has terminated.
- Concurrent: all child commands will run simultaneously.
In order to add a new custom command into a batch command, select the batch command and press "Add Command". The new command item will be added as child into the batch command item. If the batch command is configured as sequential, then the order of these child command items is important, because the child commands will run in the same order than them appear into the batch command. You can order the child commands by drag & drop them with the mouse. You also can include existing custom commands into a batch command with drag & drop.