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Windows 7: Copy/Move to Folder

18 Jul 2010   #11
EchoX860

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

I downloaded the Move To and Copy To from here.

Context Menu - Add Copy To Folder and Move To Folder

It's in the Right Click Context Menu. See how in the word Folder the F is lowercased? I'd like to make it Uppercased if Possible, again I know it's such a stupid, small thing, but it just bugs me.




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18 Jul 2010   #12
Greg S

Windows 7 Professional 32-bit (6.1, Build 7600)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EchoX860 View Post
I downloaded the Move To and Copy To from here. It's in the Right Click Context Menu. See how in the word Folder the F is lowercased? I'd like to make it Uppercased if Possible, again I know it's such a stupid, small thing, but it just bugs me.
I've done some experimenting and came up short so far. I found a couple of ways to implement it and one which I was sure of, individual key names which should be read as typed, but it didn't. It still worked but the lower case was still present. Maybe Lee might know of a workaround.
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18 Jul 2010   #13
LeeWhittington

Windows 7 Premium 32Bit\64Bit
 
 

I'm feeding my daughter but here in a bit after shes asleep I'll take a look and check the resource file and see what I can might find. Funny, I never noticed that but after looking I find alot of menu options are named like that
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