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    Copy Path to clipboard - files right click menuitem

    add Copy Path to clipboard menuitem to your files right click menus.

    'rebuild the project before running, then
    'run this once in your vb IDE + it'll setup your registry values
    'after which it (the executable) will run when you click the contextmenu item
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    Last edited by .paul.; May 15th, 2010 at 04:50 PM.

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    Re: Copy Path to clipboard - files right click menuitem

    Isn't this more UtilityBank - Utilities than CodeBank - VB.NET?

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    Re: Copy Path to clipboard - files right click menuitem

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