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Windows 7: CS6 Right click context annoyance

01 Nov 2017   #1
Smokes

Win7 & Win10 both Pro x64 Dual Boot
 
 
CS6 Right click context annoyance

Hello,

Is there anyway I can Permanently disabe CS6 Photoshop right click context > new #Adobe image. I have tried New menu editor from NirSoft & Right click enhancer which does remove the annoyance (works fine for many other shortcut annoyances and does a grand job for a much neater context, OCD? maybe :)) However as soon as I re-open CS6, the shortcut is there again! is there anything I can change in registry to make it disappear for good :)



Thank you Smokes


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01 Nov 2017   #2
ethel

Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Hi Smokes, First I would back up the registry from the link below, and see if the entries are under

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT Directory,Background,Shell

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT Directory,Background,Shellex, Context Menu Handlers


Registry - Backup and Restore
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02 Nov 2017   #3
Smokes

Win7 & Win10 both Pro x64 Dual Boot
 
 

Hi ethel Thanks for suggestion, this did remove the right click context new but came back after opening CS6 a couple of times. Regards Smokes
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02 Nov 2017   #4
ethel

Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Hi again, This is one more place to look

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT, Directory, Shellex, Context Menu Handlers
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02 Nov 2017   #5
Smokes

Win7 & Win10 both Pro x64 Dual Boot
 
 

Hello ethel
I tried this and still have the annoying new ps image it does clear but appears back again after reboot and opening PS, Thanks for the time and suggestions :)


Regards
Smokes
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02 Nov 2017   #6
ethel

Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Hi Smokes, Sorry I was not able to help you more. Maybe someone else may know a way to get rid of it.
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