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Re: Window's Short-Cuts replaced. Any way to turn off?

From: Allen Saucier <allen.saucier_at_cas-inc.com>
Date: 2007-06-13 16:12:46 CEST

Lübbe Onken <l.onken@...> writes:

>
> Hi Allen,
>
> You wrote:
>
> > Hi. I have user's that need for TortoiseSVN to NOT be the 1st 2
> > items in the Explorer File Menu. Is there a way to leave Explorer
> > the way it is and have the
> > Subversion additional menus added <at> the end?
>
> As far as I know the position of the TortoiseSVN menu in the explorer file
> menu is determined by Explorer and not by TortoiseSVN. Maybe there's a
> secret registry key that allows you to turn the menu integration off, but I
> don't know about it.
>
> > Or is there a way to have the keyboard short-cut for creating
> > a new folder w/in
> > Explorer NOT be changed upon installing TSVN?
>
> Which shortcut did change? What was it before you installed TortoiseSVN?
> What happens if you press that key now?
>
> On my German XP I can create a new folder with Alt+D(atei)+N(eu)+O(rdner). I
> guess that on an english XP it would be Alt+F(ile)+N(ew)+F(older).
> TortoiseSVN doesn't use the 'N' hotkey, so I expect no change in your menu
> hotkeys.

Hi. Thanks for the info. let's see, the original key stroke that was altered
is: Alt-F <return> <return> for XP in english. That gives a new folder.

But when Tortoise is installed, it moves the "New" down in the File Menu.

So, it appears I'll have to find a program that allows me to assign key strokes
to exactly what I want.

As for digging around in the registry... no way... ha, ha, ha. I'm not that
desperate.

--Sincerely, Allen

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