- December 22, 2011 at 1:19 am #9859
We know EmEditor’s Find in Files functionality is great. So can we make it more convenient by:
Add a context menu to Windows Explorer, e.g. “Find in Files by EmEditor”. Once executed, EmEditor will pop out, present the Find in Files dialog, and auto-populate “In Folder” edit box with the very folder name from Explorer. Such a efficiency booster.
Is there way to achieve this goal? Thank you.
EmEditor v11.December 22, 2011 at 3:31 am #9864
Find in Files with EmEditor feature is already implemented. Please see the right click menu when you right click on a folder in Windows Explorer. Thanks!December 23, 2011 at 1:42 am #9865
Well, I did not notice EmEditor’s Find in Files Explorer context menu until you told me in this post, because I used to install 32-bit EmEditor on a Windows 7 x64 machine, in order for some 32-bit plug-ins to work.
You know, current(v11.0.2) 32-bit installer will not install context menu on 64-bit Explorer.
So, I highly suggest your 32-bit installer can add context menu to a 64-bit Explorer. In case that is not easy to do, I hope you present a way to manually add that context menu.
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