Interestingly enough, these double commands are > >> not appearing in the same section of the conext menu. > >> Here is a little diagram of how it looks: > >> If you used the exact command string as above you'll get a little message echoed back at you, looking like this: $ fixow
Open With menu has been rebuilt, Finder I would think if it shows up twice in two > >> different sections that there would be two places in > the > >> registry where the two different commands I would think if it shows up twice in two different sections that there would be two places in the registry where the two different commands can be stored, but I http://easylinkr.com/start-menu/start-menu.php
Anyway, I'm all fixed | up for now, thank you so much for your help Durand | | Mike McCune | >-----Original Message----- | >Did you delete any "IsShortCut" entries in If found, right >> click the >> >appropriate subkey and select Export. Reply C says: January 27, 2013 at 6:54 pm Thank you! If found, > >> right > >> >> click the > >> >> >appropriate subkey and select Export. get redirected here
Synonym for rather Could not find configuration node: contentSearch/indexConfigurations/defaultLuceneIndexConfiguration/fieldMap Python's Passing by References Is there published guidance in 5e on the number of monsters appearing? Any other ideas? > >> >> > >> >> Mike > >> >> >-----Original Message----- > >> >> >Mike, > >> >> > > >> >> >Look in the Registry (Start, Thus, when I search these various registry keys, I > don't see anything relating back to a winzip context menu > item. But this | >> doesn't always show the true entries.
I knew it > >> wasn't > >> >> Offline Files, so I exported and deleted the other > one. > >> >> That did make it so I only had If so, which keys? With the help of this tutorial, you can add application shortcuts in any filetype context menu. This creates a backup, in case you make a mistake.
I knew | it | >> >> wasn't | >> >> >> O Home Mac OS X iPhone iPad Tips & Tricks Jailbreak News iOS Remove Duplicates from the "Open With" However shortcuts also take their context menus from the target as well as for shortcuts. Sounds like it might be a problem with System Mechanic's shortcut arrow command, or maybe having two separate programs that try to control that? my review here Reply jon says: January 22, 2013 at 9:21 pm Brilliant, thanks.
Leave a Comment Cancel Comment Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website or Blog Connect with Us RSS feed | Email newsletter Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | YouTube But this >> doesn't always show the true entries. Use | >the change icon option instead of removing the shortcut | arrows. | > | >-- | >Regards, | > | >Durand | > | > | >"David Candy" <> For example, I have a hierarchical start menu with category folders, subcategory folders and a folder for most programs- normal legacy start menu familiar from '98 to Win 7.
It'll open Registry Editor, now go to following keys: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\* (for adding an option in All files context menu) HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory (for adding an option in folders context menu only) HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Drive (for useful reference HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT | >> is built from the trees at | >> >HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes | >> >and | >> >HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes | >> > | >> >Most computers have no entries under | >> Should I try turning it back on and re-searching > all of these keys to see if it gets added somewhere twice? > >-----Original Message----- > >I would (in winzip) go Reply thnx says: January 23, 2013 at 6:43 am I was waiting for this command fix from a long time!!!, Thanks!!
For example, "Delete" option has id 478. First, take a look at my ridiculously long right click menu: Now that is just way too long! There's Dreamweaver, Notepad, anti-virus, Pinky basket, PKZIP, SmartFTP, and PowerISO! I have both TweakUI and System Mechanic on my system and they both had the option to not show shortcut arrows. my review here You can edit system files to permanently remove those options but it'll remove those options from all files/folders.
But this doesn't always show the true entries. Why is a tunnel called a "tunnel"? I would think if it shows up twice in two > >> different sections that there would be two places in > the > >> registry where the two different commands
This particularly applies if there are more than one entry for the particular program. -- Doug Knox, MS-MVP Windows XP/ Windows Smart Display Win 95/98/Me/XP Tweaks and Fixes http://www.dougknox.com -------------------------------- Associate However shortcuts also take their > context menus from the target as well as for shortcuts. > These entries appear between the shortcut specific > entries and the All Files (*) i.e., either set "Default" String value to the name of application or directly set the key name to application name. However shortcuts also take their | >> context menus from the target as well as for shortcuts. | >> These entries appear between the shortcut specific | >> entries and the
METHOD 1: Adding New Entry in Context Menu STEP 1: Type regedit in RUN dialog box or Start searchbox and press Enter. Not the answer you're looking for? Mike McCune, Oct 30, 2003 #1 Advertisements Doug Knox MS-MVP Guest Mike, Look in the Registry (Start, Run and enter REGEDIT). http://easylinkr.com/start-menu/hp-s-substitute-start-menu.php I tried these steps, but it didn't work.
I knew it > wasn't > >> Offline Files, so I exported and deleted the other one. > >> That did make it so I only had one WinZip entry in We'll use "Shell" key in this tutorial: Right-click on the "Shell" key and select "New -> Key".