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Re: Howto disable TortoiseSVN from Windows Explorer File Menu

From: Mark Irving <Mark.Irving_at_informatix.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2008 18:45:32 +0100

On Thursday 12 June 2008, happydaddy wrote:

> I see that SVN Update, SVN Commit and TortoiseSVN are on my Right
> click menu, so having them on the File menu in Windows Explorer
> redundant and annoying. How can I remove them from the File menu in
> Windows Explorer? a registry hack will be good too.

Microsoft's own instructions[1] for a shortcut menu include

"Don't make commands only available through shortcut menus. Like
shortcut keys, shortcut menus are alternative means of
performing commands and choosing options. For example, a
Properties command is also available through the menu bar or the
Alt+Enter access key."

I think this means TortoiseSVN is correct to provide both. I
don't find it annoying to see Subversion operations in the File
menu, though, so perhaps I'm biased.

  - Mark.

[1] the menus section of the Windows Vista User Experience Guide

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