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Re: Nightly build on W2K prof shows no menu text

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-12-05 00:17:23 CET

On 04/12/2007, Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam@gmail.com> wrote:
> Indeed, the problem persists. As it turns out, it is the context menu
> displayed on the folder itself that remains without text (right-click in the
> right pane), for WC and non-WC folders.
>
> In the tree view (left pane) and on folders/files shown in the right pane,
> the menu shows OK.

Yep, that is exactly the problem I still have on Win2K. The way icons
are displayed has been changed in the last couple of months (to make
it behave better on Vista I think, and to get away from some of the
limitations of ownerdrawn menus?)

> > If you have any information that could help us reproduce this problem?
> > For example settings you made in the explorer, other tweaks you made to
> > the system, maybe even window settings (show shadows, menu animations,
> ...).
>
> This is a relatively clean install: W2000 5.00.2195 SP 4
> - windows classic desktop
> - windows classic folders
> - open in same window
> - double click to open
>
> - show hidden files/folders
> - show extensions
> - show OS files
>
> view settings (list/details/large icons/thumbnails) all show the same
> behavior.
>
> Different visual effects make no difference (transition effects, smooth
> fonts, all colors, hide navigation shortcuts).
>
> Anything else you want me to check?

That all sounds pretty similar to mine, although mine is certainly not
a new install.

I did have ZoneAlarm, but have 'uninstalled' it (if that's possible,
although it doesn't show any signs of still being there).

I also had a Belkin Bluetooth dongle which had some strange
side-effects, but that is gone too now.

Virus scanner is Alwil Avast.

> One thing about my installation: the windows partition is G:, but C: still
> contains the previous installation. I am not aware of any references to C
> still being used, but can't rule it completely out. At the moment there is
> only the administrator account.

I have a more standard setup with windows on C:

If there is anything I can do to help track this one down, let me know
too. I use right-click on the folder background a lot.

Simon

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