TiredLion

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  • Birthday 08/05/1969

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    http://www.ContextMagic.com
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  1. Hi everybody, I had some spare time and decided to spend it developing this little tool. It just puts the Locate32 item to the Start > Search menu. On clicking this item the handler launches Locate32 as you wanted. I haven't found how to upload a file to this forum, so I put it on our web site at: http://www.contextmagic.com The direct download link: Locate32 Search Handler To install this tool follow these steps: 1. Unzip the archive to the folder where Locate32 is installed. 2. Run the _reg.bat file. 3. Have fun Please direct your comments to this topic. Have a nice day, Leonid
  2. Just4, To add a new item to the Search menu you need to develop a find extension (aka search handler). I guess you can ask developers of Locate32 to do this for you and other customers. As far as I know it's very easy coding. It might take about one working day. Have a nice day, Leonid
  3. Hello. Oh_key, I'm afraid you won't find such a registry hack for .lnk files. As far as I know you need to load the shelllink and resolve it. After this you'll be able to find the target object. At least Context Magic doing so. I agree with maxXPsoft, you'll need a .dll. Have a nice day, Leonid
  4. Hello. I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post this to current conversation, but I've discovered some traffic peak in my logs, so I guess you're interested in useful shell extensions. Here is a couple didn't mentioned before. Infotag Magic Windows shell extension that displays extra data stored in the tag fields of MP3, WMA and Ogg Vorbis files in a tooltip window next to the mouse pointer. Also it provides a quick preview for plain text files, shortcuts properties and version information of executable files. Instant ThumbView A tiny image viewer shell extension that displays image thumbnails in a tooltip window, when mouse pointer is hovered over an image file in Windows Explorer. Here is a screenshot: Context ThumbView A small picture viewer that provides image files preview directly in the right-click menu. Note. This one is similar to PicaView, but has less functions and is much more lighter. Here is a screenshot: Hope they will be of help to you. Have a nice day, Leonid