Add options in explorer context menu when some text is selected


  1. Posts : 24
    windows 10
       #1

    Add options in explorer context menu when some text is selected


    Hi, how to add an option in this context menu ?
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    How to add UPPERCASE and lowercase like in Notepad++ ? and other options
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    I'm already doing it by pressing hotkeys with an autohotkey script but I would prefer directly from the menu like notepad++ without looking for keys on the keyboard. Any help would be appreciated.
    This is the script I'm using:

    Code:
    !x::
    
    store := clipboard
    send ^x
    clipwait
    sendraw, [
    send, ^v
    sendraw, ]
    clipboard := store
    store =
    return
    
    !z::
    
    store := clipboard
    send ^x
    clipwait
    sendraw, (
    send, ^v
    sendraw, )
    clipboard := store
    store =
    return
    
    !l:: 
    send ^c                                                               
    StringLower Clipboard, Clipboard, L
    Send %Clipboard%
    RETURN
    
    !u:: 
    send ^c                                                               
    StringUpper Clipboard, Clipboard, U
    Send %Clipboard%
    RETURN
    
    
    !t:: 
    send ^c                                                               
    StringUpper Clipboard, Clipboard, T
    Send %Clipboard%
    RETURN
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  2. Berton's Avatar
    Posts : 11,728
    Win10 Pro Versions 2004 and 2009/20H2, Win10 Pro IP_Dev, Win10 Home 1909
       #2

    Notepad++ is a text editor, File Explorer is a file manager, Internet Explorer is a Browser, all 3 are quite different from the others. Notepad++ is a third-party software intended to provide things that the Windows Notepad doesn't have. An intention of Notepad as a plain text editor is for not including hidden formatting in a document like occurs with a word processor program. A text editor is useful for coding in creating programs and basic HTML/Hyper Text Markup Language or Web pages.
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