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Re: Desktop context menu whitespace

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 30 Jan 2010 08:25:49 +0100

On 30.01.2010 00:53, Ethan McKinney wrote:
> Worked! There must have been a space there.
> Too bad about the cute little icons. :( The color-coding of the
> main ones really helped.
> Follow-up: if I want to switch this on and off, do I need to open the
> registry editor and delete the DWORD entry or is there some sort of
> shortcut that I can set up (at least to get me to the right place in
> the registry editor without having to open one folder after another)?
> [I know that I'm getting off-topic here and eating up peoples' time,
> so I don't expect an answer. If your answer will be, "figure it out,"
> just don't post. If you don't have time to waste on answering, don't
> post. If you do answer, you get a gold star. :) ]

The registry editor allows you to export keys to a file. If you save
that file with a *.reg extension, you can then double click on that file
to add/set that registry entries to the registry.
Do it once with the value set to 0 (to disable the icons) and once with
the value set to 1 (to enable the icons again).

You can then just doubleclick on the corresponding reg file to
enable/disable the icons.


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