Can someone copy Filename...

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  1. sms_solver

    sms_solver New Member

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    Whenever someone right-clicks on any file in Windows Explorer a pop-up menu will come. Now I want

    a option there like Copy FileName. This option should copy the filename of that file into the Clipboard.

    Clicking file and then F2 key, and then pressing Ctrl+C is what I am doing up to now!!
     
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    hmm.... i don't know :oops:
    but u might need 2 mess with the registry 4 that... :roll:
     
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    i tried to seach abt such shell extension ...
    but didnt end up with any convincing result ..
    although .. i found a sofware .. which when installed .. bring this 'copy filename' option in right click menu..
    u can try installing it ..
    and then checking that .. wht changes it brings in the regitstry ..
    gonna take time :)

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    But ths is a software..... which tweaks the registry ? can we not do these stuff manually ?

    anyway good link m8 !
     
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    yes i know its a software ..
    i was thinking that .. if u install it ..
    then you may look inside regedit to see how it did that ..
    then u can post wht exactly is the registry entry for that ..
    :)

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