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| Open with++ v126.96.36.199
Open with++ v188.8.131.52 Open with++ is a shell extension that allows to add command line driven custom menu items to the Windows File Explorer context menu. Setup The requirements are Windows 7 x64 or higher, .NET Framework 4.8 x64 and Visual C++ 2019 Redistributable x64. Start the application and click on the Install button in the toolbar. GUI Elements Add Adds a new command to Open with++ menu. Remove Removes the selected command from Open with++ menu. Clone Dublicates the selected command. Options Allows to define a custom settings folder and macros that are usable in the File Type property. Install/Uninstall Installs/Uninstalls the shell extension. Uninstall requires a reboot, logout or restarting the relevant processes manually, Windows File Explorer can be restarted with the task manager. Common processes which load context menu shell extensions are Windows File Explorer and Everything. Name Specifies the name of the command. File Types Specifies for which file types the menu is shown. All files: *.* txt and md: txt md The options dialog defines macros for common file types: %video% = mpg avi vob mp4 d2v divx mkv avs 264 mov wmv part flv ifo h264 asf webm mpeg mpv y4m avc hevc 265 h265 m2v m2ts vpy mts webm ts m4v part vpy rar crdownload %audio% = mp2 mp3 ac3 wav w64 m4a dts dtsma dtshr dtshd eac3 thd thd+ac3 ogg mka aac opus flac mpa %subtitle% = sub sup idx ass aas srt %image% = png jpg jpeg gif bmp ico W Media files: %audio% %video% %image% Macros are only supported in the File Types property. Path Specifies the program to be used for opening the selected files or folders. Environment variables get expanded. Arguments Specifies the arguments that are passed to the program when the command is executed. You can use the predefined variable %paths% which expands to the paths of the selected files or folders. Do not enclose the %paths% macro in quotes as Open with++ adds them automatically when the macro ...
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