Most right click menus have some sort of logical grouping. In giving users the ability to create their own right click shortcuts, grouping would seem a natural fit.3 votes
As of Right Click Enhancer Professional 4.5 you can group shortcuts inside Sub menu using separators.
Add a folder shortcut and let it open like a menu (startmenu behaviour). No need to add shortcuts one by one to the mneu then.21 votes
This feature is available in Right Click Enhancer Professional 4.5.3.
The action is pretty simple :
A "Copy Path" option in the Right Click Twicker, to give the ability to get the access path of a file via contextual menu.
Windows 7 is able to do this natively if you press shift and right click.
This default behaviour is a bit hidden (I never though about that if I didn't read an article about it) ans not very handy (why shit !)
Thanks for listening !30 votes
This feature is available in Right Click Enhancer 4.4 and above.
Are the shortcuts created with MCM stored in a file or folder somewhere? I wan't to back them up.1 vote
That the program can change the language, you could add a file "lang.xml" to facilitate translation into other languages and if you have not read in English, or if the language is not complete in English that would be.
Note: If you send me the "xml" I will I can translate to Spanish.
The right click menu is too long. All the shortcut commands shoot be in a map in the right click menu and not direct in the right click menu, so make an option for a submenu3 votes
There is already a tool called Right Click Shortcuts Creator in the Right Click Enhancer Professional. You can buy it for $9.99. I chose to make it a paid version to support development of version 4.0, which has more features and will be more useful in everyday life.
Exporting and importing created menus would allow to easily redo them
on another computer, or in case of a full Windows re-install.
Great tool as it is already anyway, thanks!7 votes
This feature is available in Right Click Enhancer Professional 4.0.
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