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  1. Hi everybody, I had some spare time and decided to spend it developing this little tool. It just puts the Locate32 item to the Start > Search menu. On clicking this item the handler launches Locate32 as you wanted. I haven't found how to upload a file to this forum, so I put it on our web site at: http://www.contextmagic.com The direct download link: Locate32 Search Handler To install this tool follow these steps: 1. Unzip the archive to the folder where Locate32 is installed. 2. Run the _reg.bat file. 3. Have fun Please direct your comments to this topic. Have a nice day, Leonid
  2. Just4, To add a new item to the Search menu you need to develop a find extension (aka search handler). I guess you can ask developers of Locate32 to do this for you and other customers. As far as I know it's very easy coding. It might take about one working day. Have a nice day, Leonid
  3. Add 'Find Target' to Right Click...

    Hello. Oh_key, I'm afraid you won't find such a registry hack for .lnk files. As far as I know you need to load the shelllink and resolve it. After this you'll be able to find the target object. At least Context Magic doing so. I agree with maxXPsoft, you'll need a .dll. Have a nice day, Leonid
  4. Here's some shell extensions...

    Hello. I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post this to current conversation, but I've discovered some traffic peak in my logs, so I guess you're interested in useful shell extensions. Here is a couple didn't mentioned before. Infotag Magic Windows shell extension that displays extra data stored in the tag fields of MP3, WMA and Ogg Vorbis files in a tooltip window next to the mouse pointer. Also it provides a quick preview for plain text files, shortcuts properties and version information of executable files. Instant ThumbView A tiny image viewer shell extension that displays image thumbnails in a tooltip window, when mouse pointer is hovered over an image file in Windows Explorer. Here is a screenshot: Context ThumbView A small picture viewer that provides image files preview directly in the right-click menu. Note. This one is similar to PicaView, but has less functions and is much more lighter. Here is a screenshot: Hope they will be of help to you. Have a nice day, Leonid