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answered How To Change The Fonts In Windows 8
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accepted How to find out which command corrosponds to which command pallet list items in sublime text?
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comment Add “Open with” to the Context Menu for a particular file, like .js, in windows
@JosefZ I'm on windows 8. Not sure why this isn't working for me. I even changed the existing option of "edit" but the change didn't take place. i.imgur.com/pcC70NF.png It seems my JSFile registry key is somehow detached from my .js files' context menu options. And yes, I've even tried restarting the the system.
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comment Add “Open with” to the Context Menu for a particular file, like .js, in windows
@JosefZ Hmm didn't work for me. On closer looks, it doesn't even seem to have any other options that I do have on my .js files' context menu (like "open with sublime text"..)
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asked Add “Open with” to the Context Menu for a particular file, like .js, in windows
Dec
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comment Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
I've also found that cd instead of pushd makes the autorun.cmd (as mentioned in my orig ques) doesn't work. It seems pushd is better option.
Dec
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accepted Windows batch equivalent of “command” in linux bash
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revised Windows batch equivalent of “command” in linux bash
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asked Windows batch equivalent of “command” in linux bash
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comment VirtuaWin - Show window on 2 out of 4 Desktops
Dexpot does this, if you're looking for an alternative to VirtuaWin.
Nov
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
17
comment Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
@JosefZ I tested it out and it seems it has to be %V, %1 or %CD% don't work. cmd.exe /D /K cd /D "%V" && for /F "tokens=*" %%G in ("%V") do @title %%~nG%%~xG. Thanks for making the directories with spaces work.
Nov
17
comment Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
Hmm. I tried it and it didn't work. Then I searched regedit for "cmd.exe /s /k pushd "%V"" and found a couple of entires, some of which I was unable to edit (some error). That was the one I finally edited and it worked. Maybe it's only for my case, I do have some setting enabled so I don't have to hold shift to get the "open command window".
Nov
17
accepted Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
Nov
17
comment Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
Thank you!!! Two things: In my case it was HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\Directory\background\shell\cmd\command. And: It ignores spaces (It gives title "Folder" for "New Folder")
Nov
17
revised Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
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revised Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
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revised Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
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asked Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
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asked Download only 1 variant of each video file in JDownloader?