d7x v21.1.11 Release Notes
- Improved “Extensions – Action\Command Prompt Here” shell extension (right-click on any file or directory) to run CMD.EXE as Administrator or TrustedInstaller, while still automagically changing to either that directory or the current path of that file you right-clicked on. New behavior is that if you click on a directory, it opens in that directory not in the parent directory (as it would be forced to do for a file.)
- Improved “Extensions\Search Registry” shell extension (right-click on any file or directory) to run the search with TrustedInstaller privileges rather than just Administrator.
- Improved “Extensions\Search Internet*” shell extensions which rely on the improved d7xBrowser.exe module. The first improvement is that d7xBrowser.exe no longer triggers the UAC prompt, yay! The second is that it now obeys your main d7x configuration rules. As a result, when started through the shell extensions the d7x Web Browser only launches its own search results when configured, else it will in turn send the search terms to either the System default web browser or your pre-configured portable browser (if found in your d7x\3rd Party Tools directory of course.) Should you have the d7x browser configured as default, now it will ready your applogo.ico and app title from d7x config.
- New tweak: Interface/Explorer tab > Accessibility > Disable ‘Automatically Hide Scrollbar’ which as a default setting can confuse a lot of people in Windows 10.
- Change: Removed RegSvr32 shell extensions; use the existing options from the Examine File shell extension and select the DLL Actions menu at the top.