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> cmd /C move C:\Users\Leo\Desktop\*list.txt $R
if that works just ignore the following stuff...
you can use the '$ move x.list $R' command without getting the leftover console but you have to make a couple of changes in settings
you have to change
for whatever layout you are using for this...
default is in [xplorer2_UC]
I think you have to make this change by editing the registry or ini file (make sure you completely exit x2 with Alt-X before)
the other change is simpler...
uncheck 'redirect DOS command output to local console'
Another way to go is to install some kind of external move command...
I have Gow
(GNU On Windows) installed and on my path
it includes a move command (mv) so I can do:
> mv x.list "$R"
I usually enclose the $ tokens in quotes because they tend not to be space aware (except for $A and $S)
You could probably use something like TeraCopy also.