Charles Dye : RegTweaks.btm

#1
Hi,

Just wondering if you have an updated version of this since:

RegTweaks.btm 2010-03-03 C. Dye [email protected]

For those who don't remember what this file does:

"Installs registry tweaks for 4NT or Take Command (whichever is
running.) Version 7 or later is required. Available tweaks
include adding the current shell to Explorer's drive and directory
context menus, making the current shell the default handler for
.BTM and (optionally) .BAT and .CMD files, adding the shell to
the context menus for .BTM, .BAT and .CMD files, and adding the
shell to AppPaths."

One mod I would be interested in - maybe others would too - is the ability to add a command line param so that users could add a custom INI location, for instance. I did modifiy the routine to save the backup REG files to a specific location for my system. Just not sure how do implement my suggestion for this BTM under any TCMD version. For me that would be 8-12......

Thank you.
 

Charles Dye

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#2
Hi,

Just wondering if you have an updated version of this since:

RegTweaks.btm 2010-03-03 C. Dye [email protected]
That's the most recent.

One mod I would be interested in - maybe others would too - is the ability to add a command line param so that users could add a custom INI location, for instance.
That shouldn't be difficult. Did you want this for one specific tweak, or for all of them?
 
#3
The command line addition would be useful for any tweak - but especially for the Drive and Directory reg. mods...

----- Original Message -----
From: Charles Dye
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Quote:
Originally Posted by [email protected]
Hi,

Just wondering if you have an updated version of this since:

RegTweaks.btm 2010-03-03 C. Dye [email protected]

That's the most recent.


Quote:
One mod I would be interested in - maybe others would too - is the ability to add a command line param so that users could add a custom INI location, for instance.

That shouldn't be difficult. Did you want this for one specific tweak, or for all of them?