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7zip and TortoiseSvn context menus are missing inside Q-Dir, also the TortoiseSvn icon overlays!


Please install the Q-Dir x64 on Windows or Vista x64.




(Image-1) Use Q-Dir X64 on x64 Windows!
Use Q-Dir X64 on x64 Windows!




FAQ 61: Updated on: December 7th 2016 11:06



The Freeware Program Q-DIR is suitable for Microsoft:
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FAQ: Q-Dir the file management
56. Some of the windows have 1 or more tabs. How do i remove extra them?
57. Please explain: WARNING Once Q-Dir always Q-Dir?
58. How can I change the color of the sorted column. Right now the sorted column turns white?
59. Problem, PDF preview does not work for me with Q-Dir 4.15 x64?
60. Can i drag tabs to restructure them? Just like what google chrome does?
61. 7zip and TortoiseSvn context menus are missing inside Q-Dir, also the TortoiseSvn icon overlays! ***
62. A little helpers, I have still not found, something like "minimize to tray"?
63. Leave the folder size display in a column, does it (Q-Dir)?
64. In Firefox navigation between tabs, the standard navigation buttons for this function are Ctrl-PageUp and Ctrl-PageDn!
65. I would like to see the full name of the folder in the tab!
66. I would like to disable Auto-Expand of Folders!

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Asked questions on this answer:
  1. Qdir is great, makes my work/research much more efficient. Thanks :-) Only drawback. I use the TortoiseSvn version system and in Q-Dir there are no icon overlays on the files and folders, also the TortoiseSvn context menu actions don't seem to be accessible through Qdir. In windows explorer, things look something like this:
    http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/ExplorerIntegration.html#contextmenus
    If similar functionality was available in Qdir it would make the program perfect! :-)
    I'm running Windows 7 64 bit with IE version 8.0.7600. Also, 7zip context menus are missing inside Q-Dir.
  2. This is a follow up to my previous inquiry I installed the 64-bit version of Q-Dir and all the context menus, etc., work great now! :-) So please disregard my previous email. Thanks again for the great program!
  3. One question though. I can't find any way to display in Q-Dir's various shell menu options that exist in my normal windows explorer. My OS is Windows 7 x64. Do you have any tips or options for that?
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