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ShellAnything : easily customize and add new options to Windows Explorer context menu


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#1 gbrao

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Posted A week ago

ShellAnything

 

https://github.com/e...e/ShellAnything

 

 

ShellAnything is a C++ open-source software which allow one to easily customize and add new options to Windows Explorer context menu. Define specific actions when a user right-click on a file or a directory.

 

I've been looking for a generic context menu handler for a while. See this thread.

 

Been trying this out for a day. looks good.

 

- definitely easier than developing a menu handler, lol.

- no need to add/modify/delete registry keys.

- unlike menus via the registry you are not limited to 15 entries per menu.

- can actually replace few programs/utilities e.g. "pathcopy" programs.

 

Wish it were more portable-friendly (user can specify location of config files, allows relative paths ...)

 

Check it out. Wish I had come across this earlier.


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#2 antonino61

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Posted A week ago

attaboy, the more on the right-click menu, the better. Thanks for the advice.






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