TakeCommandHere (aka integrate in Explorer)

Aug 24, 2011
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Second question (otherwise I'm very happy with TakeCommand:) ...

As per the subject I'm looking to integrate a context menu into the Explorer to open TakeCommand at a certain folder.

I've added the command (HKCR\Directory\shell\TakeCommand\command - "C:\Program Files (x86)\JPSoft\TCMDLE12\tcmd.exe" "%1") which works fine... except of an _unknown_ option to set the starting directory, i.e. `pwd`. When I had a look at the help I didn't find something fitting.

Is this possible at all? Would be great if somebody could tell me the command.

Otherwise, how do you quickly open TakeCommand at different folders? As a background, I set COMSPEC to (cygwin) '<mypath>/bash.exe' and (only) need this shell.

Thanks for any help!

Cheers,
Hans-Peter
 
Jun 7, 2008
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On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 11:35 AM, chappi <> wrote:

> Second question (otherwise I'm very happy with TakeCommand:) ...
>
> As per the subject I'm looking to integrate a context menu into the Explorer to open TakeCommand at a certain folder.
>
> I've added the command (HKCR\Directory\shell\TakeCommand\command - "C:\Program Files (x86)\JPSoft\TCMDLE12\tcmd.exe" "%1") which works fine... except of an _unknown_ option to set the starting directory, i.e. `pwd`. When I had a look at the help I didn't find something fitting.
>
> Is this possible at all? Would be great if somebody could tell me the command.
>
> Otherwise, how do you quickly open TakeCommand at different folders? As a background, I set COMSPEC to (cygwin) '<mypath>/bash.exe' and (only) need this shell.
There's a TCCHERE.BTM file in the TCCLE12 folder which adds the
context menu extensions you are looking for. It works fine here in XP
SP3. I haven't tried it on Win7, but it ought to work there.


> Hans-Peter
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Dennis