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Re: How to rename one file ?

From: L.Guo <leaveye.guo_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-01 07:59:14 CEST

I think it is the problem.

The key


is not exist in my registry. Though another key


of value


is exist.

After I add the key into registry, the problem has been fixed now.

And thanks for your help, I have the convenience of TSVN again.


I have found the reason of this problem. That is my mistake.

I am using CounterSpy. When the first time upgrade TSVN to 1.4.3, I was browing one page which has several advertisements in it, and CounterSpy poped up a dialog to ask me whether to block some thing.

The mistake is that I did not read what CounterSpy ask me and just click the "block all" button.

Now I think that is the reason of the removal of TSVN sub-menu for files.
Because after un-block these items in CounterSpy, the menu appeared.

Thank you again.


From: Stefan Kščng
At: 2007-06-01 01:20:39
Subject: Re: How to rename one file ?

Key: HKLM\Software\Classes\*\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\TortoiseSVN
Value: String: {30351349-7B7D-4FCC-81B4-1E394CA267EB}
Received on Fri Jun 1 07:59:46 2007

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