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create a new entry in the main contextual menu : a new txt file

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have you tried running this command via a batch file? fsutil file [createnew]

-lanux128 (February 22, 2014, 08:28 PM)
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Running to try inmediately.
Best Regards
-Contro (February 23, 2014, 08:17 AM)
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Seems a very powerful tool.
Have you tried really ?
I don't the command and is for windows 7-64

Best Regards

Ok.  I already had Text File in New menu.  Here's what I did to get a template file.

This key

I added a new string named FileName and for value Template.txt

In the folder C:\Windows\ShellNew I made a file named Template.txt.  The contents is:
This is a text file template.

Now if I right click the desktop or in a folder, select New text document, name it, then double click, it has the text from the template.

One thing I notice I can't do it directly under C:\

It has to be in a folder.  The permissions situation with W8 seems even worse than W7 now.  Every move is hamstrung. I can't even save a file from Editpad directly into C:\Windows\ShellNew.  I have to save it somewhere else, then drag it.  Really asinine.

Anyway, I hope the template text default was what you were interested in.  If not then, Never Mind.  :)
-MilesAhead (February 23, 2014, 07:54 AM)
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Seems easy for me. Running to try and will comment.

Best Regards

Miles only hopes is a new entry in the main contextual menu, not in the new submenu of the main contextual menu......


Really asinine
-Contro (February 23, 2014, 08:27 AM)
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I prefer to wait to you. Seems an annoying solution by your words. And not for the main contextual menu.

Ok.  Let me get it straight.  You right click an empty space on desktop or folder and the command is in the menu?  Or you right click on a file and the command is there?  It would seem more logical to do the former if making new files.


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