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Folder Menu - a popup menu to quickly change your folders


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rexx
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Thank you, now I understand. I thought, it works now with the Total Commander directory menu. Is that feature comming soon?


Do you mean this?
http://smilebox.yo2....读取tc的文件夹菜单.html
I'll put it into my todo list.

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Yes, I mean this. In the Total Commander is it this menu:
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I'll put it into my todo list.

That's great!

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Thanks for what seems to be a great tool
I have figured out the main parts of the options available and still playing.
Do you have an y sort of readme or instructions that would help me learn a little more about the functionality?

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Great app!

One question though. Which version should I use (v1 or v2)?

Is v1 better than v2?

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Thanks for what seems to be a great tool
I have figured out the main parts of the options available and still playing.
Do you have an y sort of readme or instructions that would help me learn a little more about the functionality?

uh.. maybe when i have time.
I have added tooltips to some options which is not so easy to understand.
move your mouse on to see some details in tooltip.

Great app!
One question though. Which version should I use (v1 or v2)?
Is v1 better than v2?

v2 has more new features and I'm still working on it.
v1 is a little faster when loading favorites, but it's the old one.

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Special item - TC Menu.
Auto load items in Total Commander Dir Menu.
You can also use TC menu as main menu.

Thanks! It's great.

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Thanks for integration for a default file manager (I'm using SpeedCommander here)!

A small issue when I try to open any of the two registry default entries (HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run or HKLM...):

FolderMenu.exe

Error: Failed attempt to launch program or document
Action: <regedit /m>
Params: <>

The current thread will exit

Specifically: Das System kann die angegebene Datei nicht finden.

Line#
--> 1905: Run, regedit /m

Regards,
Highend

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Special item - TC Menu.
Auto load items in Total Commander Dir Menu.
You can also use TC menu as main menu.


Seems not to work (at least with me) when using redirection of ini-files within TotalCmd ...

My totalcmd.ini contains the following entry:
[DirMenu]
RedirectSection=%COMMANDER_PATH%\wincmd_User.ini

where wincmd_User.ini contains the directory menu items.

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Thanks for integration for a default file manager (I'm using SpeedCommander here)!

A small issue when I try to open any of the two registry default entries (HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run or HKLM...):

FolderMenu.exe

Error: Failed attempt to launch program or document
Action: <regedit /m>
Params: <>

The current thread will exi

Specifically: Das System kann die angegebene Datei nicht finden.

Line#
--> 1905: Run, regedit /m

Regards,
Highend

file not found??
can you launch regedit by entering "regedit /m"?
or "regedit.exe /m"

Special item - TC Menu.
Auto load items in Total Commander Dir Menu.
You can also use TC menu as main menu.


Seems not to work (at least with me) when using redirection of ini-files within TotalCmd ...

My totalcmd.ini contains the following entry:
[DirMenu]
RedirectSection=%COMMANDER_PATH%\wincmd_User.ini

where wincmd_User.ini contains the directory menu items.

It does not, because I didn't know the "Redirect" feature of TC ini file before.
So it means all entries in [DirMenu] is stored in "%COMMANDER_PATH%\wincmd_User.ini"
is that right?

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So it means all entries in [DirMenu] is stored in "%COMMANDER_PATH%\wincmd_User.ini"
is that right?


Yes - completly right. (This is very handy to allow separation of user defined ini-entries from more "global" entries ...)

The [DirMenu] entry is completly stored within the redirected ini-file (my example: "%COMMANDER_PATH%\wincmd_User.ini")

It's stored there as complete INI-entry (Section + Keys ...)

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file not found??
can you launch regedit by entering "regedit /m"?
or "regedit.exe /m"


I can launch it (using regedit /m) via e.g. Windows+R or via any command prompt flawlessly.

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Hi

 

Folder Menu is a great tool! I have been using it for three years now. Many thanks!

 

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