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Re: Keyboard shortcuts?

From: Barry Gershenfeld <barry_g_at_zmicro.com>
Date: 2006-04-17 20:13:05 CEST

>>I find it tedious to have to hunt through the context menus for the item
>>I want. Most of the native items have an (underlined) letter key you can
>>type to execute it. This is controlled by putting an ampersand ( & ) in
>>front of the letter, in the registry, where the menu text appears. For
>>example, I can right click a folder and open a Cygwin shell in that
>>directory. When I stuck that in I called it " &bash shell here" so
>>after a right-click I just type "b" and I don't have to find where it is
>>on the menu.
>>I would like to add this to the tsvn context menus but they are handled
>>differently than what I did. It would take someone with the knowledge of
>>how this is done to figure this one out. So, I figure the folks who
>>wrote the program would know... The good news is if I can figure this
>>out, I can get what I want and it's no work for the developers.
>>So I'm looking for a registry value (or equivalent) that dictates the
>>text shown on the right-click context menus.
>Already implemented in trunk, including an option in the settings dialog.
>Downside of this: you will get some ugly icons in the context menu because
>they're not ownerdrawn anymore.

I will look for this on my XP box. I don't really want ugly icons,
though. For that and for my poor Win98 box, might there still be a
registry entry that I was asking about? Or is it all built into tsvn?


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Received on Mon Apr 17 20:23:19 2006

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