Sorry, in my last sentence was a misspelling: "But no one who replace WE..." would have been right ("who" instead "how").nas8e9 wrote:I'm not quite sure what you mean by this last sentence. If I read back your posts, you'd like two things:anatter wrote:But no one how replace WE with XY would complain if XY don't show an item in a context menu when it was not shown in WE.
1. Supporting the same shell extensions as WE. I think we agree that the different bitness of WE vs. XYplorer makes that impossible. As posted earlier, replacing HashTab with the similar HashCheck Shell Extension and the 64-bit version of 7-Zip with the 32-bit one should relieve some of the pain; I do understand those are not your only missing shell extensions and replacement won't always be possible or affordable.
2. As for pruning XYplorer's context menu (I think that's what you also requested?), did you take a look at Configuration > Extended > Context Menus?
ad 1.) we agree
ad 2.) I have seen it now. Great! Sorry - the second time.