I'm new to this Forum but am very much looking forward to learning some new tips and techniques in order to increase my Windows 7 productivity. I do however, already have one idea that I was wondering if anyone could help me with. I am looking to create a script that will help me add a usability feature to Windows Seven which I will now try to describe for you. Essentially, what I would like is a “dump contents to parent folder” function that could be activated through the right-clicking of a folder. Kind of like how you may right-click on a win.rar file and select “extract-here” and it copies the contents to the parent folder. Now I don’t mind whether it copies it or moves it, and I don’t mind whether it deletes the folder or leaves it standing (Although a selection of “Move and delete”, “Move and Keep”, and “Copy and Keep” would be most awesome. Oh yeah, and before I let you mull this request over, I will just pre-empt the response of “You can just go into the folder, copy the files, click backwards and paste them where you want” by saying that I want it for extracting the contents of multiple folders, like extracting all the mp3’s from a whole bunch of album folders and dumping the contents into the My Music folder. If anyone knows of something that can fulfil this function, or would like to make me one, or tell me how I can go about building one for myself, it would be very much appreciated. Thanks.
Johnny Doe (Rob really!)