>>> That fixed it for me (on Vista). Why is this option hidden in the
>>> registry? Anyway, afterwards the context menu (top level) looked a
>>> little strange when right-clicking on a Working Directory, with the
>>> icons taking twice the required space, in which some of them were left-
>>> aligned, some right-aligned. The solution was to disable IZArc's
>>> context menu entries, then it looked as expected. Just FYI.
>> The latest version of IZArc doesn't show that issue, at least not on my
>> machine which I just tested.
> I have 3.81 (Build 1550)..
Either configure it to not show icons, or to show all entries in the
You can see the problem of ownerdrawn menus on Vista yourself: if IZArc
shows icons in the top menu, it's rendered without the Vista style, but
the TSVN submenu is still renderd with the Vista style.
Vista reverts back to non-styled menus if one shell extension uses
ownerdrawn menus but does not draw them with the new mechanism for it
which Vista provides to keep styling active.
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Received on 2008-07-10 19:37:54 CEST