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From the manual: 3.1.3.7 Full screen mode If you find the title bar on a maximised window to be ugly or distracting, you can select Full Screen mode to maximise PuTTY ‘even more’. When you select this, PuTTY will expand to fill the whole screen and its borders, title bar and scrollbar will disappear. (You can configure the scrollbar not to disappear ...


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Luckily, now I have found the answer. It was trivial as expected, but since it has bothered me on more than one occasion, I decided it deserved a su post. Feel free to disagree with me on that ;) To access PuTTYs right-click menu when in fullscreen mode just: ctrl + right-click ...from there ofcourse you can choose to exit fullscreen :)


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After doing extensive research on this topic, I can confirm that there is no built-in mechanism that enables context menu either by direct shortcut or right mouse click simulation. This is due to technical limitations of the operating system, which prevents from determining coordinates of the current selection (e.g., selected element). Fortunately, in some ...


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Either using two finger tap, or two finger "click" (by pressing down on the touchpad).


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Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\CommandPrompt] @="Open Command Window Here" "Extended"="" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\CommandPrompt\command] @="cmd.exe /k pushd %L" Note the "Extended"="" command on the fourth line.


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This fixed it for me: Step 1: Right-click the Start button and select Command Prompt (Admin) from the context menu. Step 2: Type Powershell in Command Prompt and press Enter. Step 3: Paste the following text in the Powershell window and press Enter. Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$...


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manishKungwani's answer was right on - but to be more specific: Right-click on the Start menu button. Click on "Properties". The "Taskbar and Start Menu Properties" dialog box will come up, initially focused on the "Start Menu" tab. Click on the "Customize…" button (at the top of the pane). The "Customize Start Menu" selection menu will come up. The 8th (...


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WorkingDirectory is a property of the System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo, when you Right Click, you are starting a new process and this setting allows you to start a process without the current directory becoming the "Working Directory". It then defaults to the System32 for the command being run. So you would use "NoWorkingDirectory" when you are not ...


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Found problem: psmouse/elantech.c just asumes, that V4 hardware protocol doesn't have right button at all. Fix is trivial: --- elantech.c.orig 2013-06-14 00:52:08.000000000 +0700 +++ elantech.c 2013-07-15 12:45:52.000000000 +0700 @@ -486,6 +486,7 @@ elantech_input_sync_v4 unsigned char *packet = psmouse->packet; input_report_key(dev, BTN_LEFT,...


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There are other tools out there that will do it for you without having to manually set up the right-click association. One that springs to mind is HashMyFiles. There are plenty of other tools out there that will do the same thing without having to manually configure it.


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Open the Run Dialog by pressing Win + R Type in cmd and press Enter to open a Command Prompt If you are running 32 bit Office on 32 bit Windows type in regsvr32 /u "%programfiles%\Microsoft Office\Office15\GROOVEEX.DLL" If you are running 32 bit Office on 64 bit Windows type in regsvr32 /u "%programfiles(x86)%\Microsoft Office\Office15\GROOVEEX.DLL" If ...


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You should be able to send the same command with Shift+F10. AutoHotkey can also be configured to do the same thing.


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This is a feature called QuickEdit of the console, not PowerShell. In previous versions of cmd it's turned off by default. It was claimed that Windows 10 turns it on by default but I'm not able to check since I've always had it enabled since Windows 7 To disable that feature just open the console menu, either by right clicking on the console title bar ...


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This is kind of embarrassing, but the real problem was I didn't know how to right click with a touchpad on the macbook (it was still less than a month old). Update: You can do this by clicking or tapping with both fingers at the same time.


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Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\CommandPrompt] @="Open Command Window Here" "Extended"="" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\CommandPrompt\command] @="cmd.exe /k pushd %L" You probably want to add to the Background


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Try following these steps: Launch the Registry Editor as an administrator Navigate to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ ImmersiveShell\Launcher Click Edit Click New Select DWORD (32-bit) Value Name it UseExperience. Double-click the newly created item and set the value to 0. Click OK Close ...


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You're looking for DragDropHandlers: HKCR\*\shellex\DragDropHandlers\ HKCR\Directory\shellex\DragDropHandlers\ HKCR\Drive\shellex\DragDropHandlers\ HKCR\Folder\ShellEx\DragDropHandlers\ HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\*\shellex\DragDropHandlers\ HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\Directory\shellex\DragDropHandlers\ HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\Drive\shellex\DragDropHandlers\ HKLM\...


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There seem to be two “Allow Right Click” extensions. The one that Bryan mentioned (with a dash) is bad; it has too many ads on by default. A better extension is Allow RightClick (note the lack of a dash) by Ergün Adatepe. It seems much better—no ads. It is 2 years old (2010), but seems to work just fine.


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Bizarrely, I came across this post: Which suggests holding down right click and pressing esc. I thought it was a joke at first, as I've never heard of that short cut. It worked.


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Don't know if you already got a solution, but I had the same problem and solved it with the following registry-entries: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\smartgit] @="Open in SmartGit" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\smartgit\command] @="\"C:\\Program Files (x86)\\SmartGit\\bin\\smartgit.exe\" --open \"%V\"" [...


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I had a Yoga 2 Pro with Synaptics Touchpad and Windows 8. The dedicated app had options for both 2-finger tap and 2-finger click, but making changes through the app simply did not work after updating to Windows 10. If you have a newer device that makes use of the Windows Precision touchpad drivers, you'll find the 2-finger tap option in the Touchpad ...


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You can try these steps: Open registry editor as administrator. Navigate to the key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell. Now in the shell key, add a key named New Text Document. Then in the new key, add another key named command. Then in the command key, edit the Default value to cmd.exe /c notepad.exe "New Text Document.txt" & ...


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I saw the same after updating to Firefox 20.0.1. Though Firebug addon didn't report it needed restart, relaunching Firefox after disabling Firebug fixed the context menu. I understand that in your case there may be no Firebug at all. In mine it was Firebug 1.10.2; version 1.11.2 works ok.


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If its stuck in windows: Solution -Press the windows key to open taskbar -Find the opened putty icon, assuming Windows Aero is enabled (is by default), -Hold your mouse over the icon, the running instance will hover over that, move to that instance with your mouse, -Right click that instance and you will see that fullscreen is checked, where you click ...


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What you described as known workaround is a design decision. There seems to be no way to change the default behaviour. This is also the case in newer Ubuntu versions. Sources: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gtk+2.0/+bug/320259 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=810597 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1988352 https://askubuntu.com/...


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igfxsrvc.exe is the UI component that Intel installs with it's drivers. It's broken, and when it gets called to supply items to the context menu, it dies. If you don't want to remove and re-install the Intel drivers, then you could try grabbing Sysinternals Autoruns, and disable that item. That should prevent it from being called for the context menu. I ...


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Simply hold Ctrl (or Cmd on a Mac) while clicking the link, or middle-click the link with your mouse. (Middle-clicking = using the middle mouse button, which on most mice is the mouse wheel, which is clickable.)


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This happens if the folder's integrity level is Low, which means applications running in Low integrity level usually write to those folders, like your web browser etc. You can check the integrity level for a folder by running this command: icacls %userprofile%\AppData\LocalLow The Windows Security warning is protecting you from accidentally running ...


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This is technically possible, but is probably not the best way to do this. How In order to run multiple commands, they need to be "single line" commands. The sequence of commands must be able to run in one line in the command prompt. That means they need to be contained within the quotes (") after @=. A good way to test this is by copying everything ...


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I've been enjoying an extension called Custom Right-Click Menu It allows you to create fully configurable right-click menu items, and even works in other browsers (Opera: Install Chrome Extensions, Firefox: Chrome Store Foxified). Install "Custom Right-Click Menu" from the Chrome Store Open the Options for Custom Right-Click Menu In the Editing the CRM ...


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