This is my second post, but I wanted to say again to the developers how grateful I am for TortoiseSVN. Thanks!
I may have posted this in the wrong location:
I hope it is okay to post a response in two different threads, but they are related.
As you can see in the link above, I am having a very similar context menu icon display problem. The display problem is with TortoiseHg installed on a machine that also has TortoiseSVN installed.
The icons display fine if only TortoiseHg is installed, but they shift to the left out of view if TortoiseSVN is also installed. The order of installation does not matter. My system is Windows XP SP3.
Please let me know if this should be elevated to the issue tracker on Google code.
> Zenon wrote:
> >>> 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 2011-11-03 20:06:32 CET