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Re: Howto disable TortoiseSVN from Windows Explorer File Menu

From: happydaddy <Allan.McCombs_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2008 07:30:18 -0700 (PDT)

> > 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.

Perhaps Microsoft should follow their rules and create a short-cut to
create directories in Windows Explorer. To create a directory I do Alt-
F then <Enter>. But with Tortoise in the way, when I hit <Enter> I get
the Tortoise Update instead of a new directory. I create many
directories per day and only use Tortoise Update once a week. That is
why Tortoise is in my way. Is there a short-cut to create a directory?

> > But why do the right click shortcuts show up TWICE in the File menu when I
> > have a file selected?

Shows up TWICE, ha ha ha, good catch! File a bug.

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