As I understand it, in order to select an entry in the context menu in windows explorer, you have to select the file, press shift + F10 to open the context menu, press the underlined shortcut, and then press enter.
I'd like to be able to just press some key combination (like Ctrl + Shift or Ctrl + Alt) and the underlined shortcut key.
Any way to do this?
What do I want to do? Well, I have all sorts of programs and utils that have context menu entries and that I use a lot (Notepad++, WinMerge, 7-Zip, Open Command Window Here utility). I already use an app launcher, so the problem isn't opening the programs. It's being able to automatically pass the path of the currently selected file to those programs. I figured, the context menu already does this, so maybe there's a way use it. Of course if there's some other way, that would be good, too.