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Re: restrictions on number of menu items in windows Explorer

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-26 21:55:06 CET

Gennady Khokhorin wrote:
> Hello, all.
> I got strange OpenSSL behaviour in windows Explorer (winXP+sp2).
> I have my own shell extention for windows Explorer (registered dll)
> which opens 22 submenus for registered file extentions.
> For some reason when I put file under SVN control number of my menu
> items truncated from to about 10. As a result the rest of my commands
> 11..22 is not accessable, ie no action at all.
> Does somebody suggest a way how to fix it?

Well, the number of context menu entries *is* limited, but I doubt that
if you do everything right that you would ever hit that limit. At least
not on XP and later (Win2k has a lower limit).

I don't know how you coded your shell extension, but you get the number
of entries you're allowed to add in the QueryContextMenu() method:
idCmdFirst and idCmdLast set the limits for you.


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