undo tcchere.btm

Apr 4, 2010
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Hi All,

I ran all of the tc*.btm's to see what they'd do. I want to keep
'TCMD prompt here' and of course the .btm file association but I'd like to
undo 'tcchere.btm' is there a way that doesn't involve direct editing of the
registry? And undo.btm for that, perhaps?

Oh, and I'm not sure what the point is of having both 'TCMD prompt here' and
'TCC tab window here'. What's the difference?
 

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#2
Hi All,

I ran all of the tc*.btm's to see what they'd do. I want to keep
'TCMD prompt here' and of course the .btm file association but I'd like to
undo 'tcchere.btm' is there a way that doesn't involve direct editing of the
registry? And undo.btm for that, perhaps?
Not tested, but this ought to do it:

Code:
@echo off
rem  //  Undo TCCHERE.BTM:
echo Removing 'TCC here' for drives:  %@regdelkey[HKCR\Drive\Shell\TCC]
echo Removing 'TCC here' for directories:  %@regdelkey[HKCR\Directory\Shell\TCC]
Oh, and I'm not sure what the point is of having both 'TCMD prompt here' and 'TCC tab window here'. What's the difference?
The one starts a new tab in the Take Command (GUI) window; the other starts a naked console window.
 
#3
On Sat, 12 Jun 2010 22:07:12 -0400, Charles Dye <> wrote:

|---Quote---
|Oh, and I'm not sure what the point is of having both 'TCMD prompt here' and 'TCC tab window here'. What's the difference?
|---End Quote---
|The one starts a new tab in the Take Command (GUI) window; the other starts a naked console window.

If everything said above is accurate, then one of them deserves better context
menu text.
--
- Vince
 
Apr 4, 2010
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#4
Not tested, but this ought to do it:

Code:
@echo off
rem  //  Undo TCCHERE.BTM:
echo Removing 'TCC here' for drives:  %@regdelkey[HKCR\Drive\Shell\TCC]
echo Removing 'TCC here' for directories:  %@regdelkey[HKCR\Directory\Shell\TCC]
The one starts a new tab in the Take Command (GUI) window; the other starts a naked console window.
Hi Charles,

So there's no existing tool I take it. OK, I'll try your method.
 
Apr 4, 2010
57
0
#5
Not tested, but this ought to do it:

Code:
@echo off
rem  //  Undo TCCHERE.BTM:
echo Removing 'TCC here' for drives:  %@regdelkey[HKCR\Drive\Shell\TCC]
echo Removing 'TCC here' for directories:  %@regdelkey[HKCR\Directory\Shell\TCC]
The one starts a new tab in the Take Command (GUI) window; the other starts a naked console window.
Hi Charles,

So there's no existing tool I take it. OK, I'll try your method.
That was no fun. Tried the above, didn't seem to work (maybe I needed to resart and didn't), so tried direct edit of the registry and ended up with TCMD not working, the TCC screen was a funny grey color and there was no prompt. Had to reinstall using the 'repair' option, which worked fine.

Rex should give us uninstallers for those BTM's, even build it in to the existing BTMs:

"To install 'TCC here' on the Explorer context window, press 'I'"
"To remove 'TCC here' from the Explorer context window, pres 'U'"

... or something like that.