context menu's is where I am missing things I do have in Explorer.
I have a couple of utilities or extensions which should add functionality to the treeview and the listview and commands to the context menu's
one such extension is NTFS Link, which adds an option to create/manage junctions and hardlinks on XP. It also adds overlay icons to indicate a folder is a junction or a file is a hardlink. The context menu part works fine, and in the listview these overlays always show, no problems here.
However, in the tree-views they do not. (both the 1-4all and 'all have one' modes), making it impossible to see which folders are junction points.
This is the mildest form of functionality loss compared to Explorer.
I also have a similar, slight more severe problem with another extension.
I am running a SubVersion server and I use TortoiseSVN to manage the repositories on the server. It too adds functionality to the Explorer views, it also uses overlay icons just like the NTFS Link utility.
completely does not show any of the TortoiseSVN added explorer commands and overlay icons. It is as if it is completely unaware of TortoiseSVN.
Thanks for the tip 3x.
I will change in future!