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    LTT
    Participant

    Open
    Pin to This List
    Remove from This List
    These 3 commands are available in [Tab Menu] and [Customize: Mouse].
    ** But they don’t work, unless you open RecentFileList menu and open the right-button menu on an item.
    Then, for example,
    if the current tab is file A,
    and you open RecentFileList menu and open the right-button menu on file B,
    and then you open Tab Menu on the current tab (file A) and click [Remove from This List],
    ** B will be removed, not A!

    ——————–
    Put RecentFileList into a tray icon menu,
    Open its “More…” submenu and Pin an item,
    The menu should be refreshed instantly, or closed.

    ——————–
    Put RecentFileList into a submenu of a tray icon menu,
    Pin some items,
    Now popup this RecentFileList submenu in the tray icon menu,
    Press Esc key to close the RecentFileList submenu,
    popup the RecentFileList submenu again,
    ** Each time, a Separator line will be added at the bottom of the RecentFileList submenu, unless you close the whole menu.

    ——————–
    And I hope such list menus will scroll automatically when the mouse is hovering on the little triangle (▴▾).

    #21765

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello LTT,

    > These 3 commands are available in [Tab Menu] and [Customize: Mouse].

    I am not sure if I understand your questions. As for your first question, which 3 commands are you talking about?

    #21771

    LTT
    Participant

    Please see the image:

    I want to use Pin/Unpin… and Remove… in Tab Menu.

    I’ll be back if more info is needed.

    #21773

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    I understand. These 3 commands shouldn’t be used for the menu customization or mouse button assignments. EmEditor is designed that these 3 commands can only be used when a menu containing recent file/folder list is opened. I will remove these 3 commands from the list in these dialog boxes on the next version.

    Thanks,

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