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Re: [TSVN] Context menu won't appear on desktop

From: Stefan Küng <stefan.kueng_at_wagner-group.ch>
Date: 2004-06-22 11:08:27 CEST

Taisuke Yamada wrote:

> I recently tried to subversionize whole "My Documents" folder, and noticed
> TortoiseSVN menu entries disappears from context menu when and only when I
> right-click on "Desktop" folder.
> When I spawn Explorer and do a right-click, usual TortoiseSVN menu appears.
> For a comparison, I installed TortoiseCVS, and it just works regardless of
> where I do a right-click.
> Is this a bug? Or is there anything special about Windows "Desktop" folder
> that prevents TortoiseSVN from working properly?
> Any hints to make it work is welcomed. Thanks in advance.

This is not a bug. TSVN has disabled the context menu for the desktop.
Ok, it has disabled it for the start menu but that will disable it for
the desktop too. Sure, I could easily enable it for the desktop again,
but then the menu would also show up on the start menu - which I really
don't like.
What I'm wondering: why do you have files/folder on your desktop anyway?
That's the worst place to keep real files/folders - only links should go
there, nothing else. And even links/shortcuts should go there only in
rare circumstances. XP even has a automatic "desktop cleaner" which
removes all unused shortcuts/files from your desktop from time to time.


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Received on Tue Jun 22 12:25:14 2004

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