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  1. Brink's Avatar
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       #20

    Hello tenwaves, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    I'm not sure how to have it use a custom title.
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       #21

    Ok Thanks and Thanks!
    BTW the little text box I am now writing in (in IExplorer) is greyed out in PaleMoon with nothing visible being stopped by NoScript ??
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  3. Brink's Avatar
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       #22

    Most likely something caused by NoScript. How does it look when disabled?
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       #23

    mmm NoScript disabled does not help.
    In safe mode looks OK. Oh well life is too short unless I get bored...
    Thanks again.
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       #24

    This is so useful thank you Brink
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  6. Brink's Avatar
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       #25

    IvanValdis said:
    This is so useful thank you Brink
    I'm glad it could help.
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       #26

    Great work on the .reg files! I have used this one extensively. But now, for some reason, there is a problem. I right-click on a certain folder (i.e., C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Tools\Batch & Startup\Other Batch Files) and I get two error lines (both saying, "The system cannot find the path specified") and a default to C:\Windows\System32. I don't have that problem with the other folders I've tried. Any idea what's causing this?
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  8. Brink's Avatar
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    raywood said:
    Great work on the .reg files! I have used this one extensively. But now, for some reason, there is a problem. I right-click on a certain folder (i.e., C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Tools\Batch & Startup\Other Batch Files) and I get two error lines (both saying, "The system cannot find the path specified") and a default to C:\Windows\System32. I don't have that problem with the other folders I've tried. Any idea what's causing this?

    Hello Ray,

    After some testing, it's the & character in the name of the Batch & Startup folder causing the issue.

    It can't find the path when a character is in it. I'll look to see what I can do to make it worth with characters as well.
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       #28

    raywood said:
    Great work on the .reg files! I have used this one extensively. But now, for some reason, there is a problem. I right-click on a certain folder (i.e., C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Tools\Batch & Startup\Other Batch Files) and I get two error lines (both saying, "The system cannot find the path specified") and a default to C:\Windows\System32. I don't have that problem with the other folders I've tried. Any idea what's causing this?
    Brink said:
    Hello Ray,

    After some testing, it's the & character in the name of the Batch & Startup folder causing the issue.

    It can't find the path when a character is in it. I'll look to see what I can do to make it worth with characters as well.

    Ok Ray. I've updated the .reg files in the tutorial to now work with & character in a folder or library name.

    You'll just need to download and merge the updated .reg file in the tutorial to update your context menu.
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       #29

    I think you broke the reg files for me; I took the KB4517389 win10 update yesterday, had to do some chkdsk stuff to fix it, and I used both the right click and shift+right click reg files, and it gives me this error window
    Open command window here as administrator - Add in Windows 10-ok-why-u-do-dis.png

    this happened and continues to happen even after doing a chkdsk /r /f operation, dism finds no component store corruption, sfc finds no corruption as well, these shortcuts are just plain not working at all, at least for me that is, can't say for anyone else
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