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    dw7832
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    I’m currently running a 32-bit file manager (XYplorer) on the 64-bit version of Windows 7, which means that EmEditor’s 64-bit shell extension isn’t available.

    As EmEditor’s 32-bit shell extension is already available for the 32-bit version, would it be possible to include and register both the 32- as well as 64-bit shell extensions, when installing the 64-bit version? It would aid users of file managers that are (for now) stuck without a native 64-bit version (FreeCommander is another one).

    P.S.:
    1. I am aware of several good file managers that do have 64-bit versions, but I simply prefer XYplorer to them.
    2. The SendTo-shortcut is a workaround, but is also an additional and less discoverable (not visible in the main context menu) click.

    #10474

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    Did you try the latest beta version at

    http://www.emeditor.com/modules/newbb/viewforum.php?forum=12 ?

    Thanks!

    #10475

    dw7832
    Participant

    Yutaka wrote:
    Hi,

    Did you try the latest beta version at

    http://www.emeditor.com/modules/newbb/viewforum.php?forum=12 ?

    Thanks!

    I’m currently running 11.1.9 beta x64 on Windows 7 x64 SP1; unfortunately, XYplorer doesn’t show EmEditor’s entry in its context menu, unlike Windows Explorer (64-bit).

    #10476

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    You can install the 32-bit version of EmEditor on your 64-bit Windows. I hope this helps.

    Thanks!

    #10477

    Stefan
    Participant

    >>
    “”unfortunately, XYplorer doesn’t show EmEditor’s entry
    in its context menu, unlike Windows Explorer (64-bit).””

    Do you really need an context menu?

    With XYplorer you have several possibilities
    to call EmEditor with one or all selected files:

    * from an button
    * from the catalog on the left
    * from User Menu
    Open selected item(s) with:..EmEditorEmEditor.exe

    * via an shortcut
    e.g.: Shift+E

    * via Portable File Association by double clicking an file directly
    * via Portable File Association by opening an context menu first
    +|”Open with &EmEditor ” *>”..EmEditorEmEditor.exe”
    or
    +|”Open with &EmEditor ” txt;log;cpp;h>”..EmEditorEmEditor.exe”

    .

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