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Windows 7: Open 3rd-party terminal via Explorer address bar in current location?

4 Weeks Ago   #1
Ahu Lee

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 
Open 3rd-party terminal via Explorer address bar in current location?

How do I make 3rd-party terminal open in the current location when I open it via Explorer address bar?

I've been wondering about this simple question for quite some time. I know it can be done but I haven't succeeded in my Registry search. (I have Git for Windows installed and it's integrated just like the Command Prompt or PowerShell, so I've been searching for it to see how it's done, but all I managed to find was the right-click menu integration).

Thank you!

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To Moderator:
I believe my question is Registry-related so I posted it here. But if you think it's not then please feel free to move it or just delete it.


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Solved:
Normally any 3-rd party terminal after being added to the PATH opens in the current location just like the native CMD, but I was using ConEmu from PortableApps.com which for some reason didn't do that. Btw, there's no problem with ConEmu from Download ConEmu.


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4 Weeks Ago   #2
BenyaminL

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ahu Lee View Post
How do I make 3rd-party terminal open in the current location when I open it via Explorer address bar?

I've been wondering about this simple question for quite some time. I know it can be done but I haven't succeeded in my Registry search. (I have Git for Windows installed and it's integrated just like the Command Prompt or PowerShell, so I've been searching for it to see how it's done, but all I managed to find was the right-click menu integration).

Thank you!

---

To Moderator:
I believe my question is Registry-related so I posted it here. But if you think it's not then please feel free to move it or just delete it.


---

Solved:
Normally any 3-rd party terminal after being added to the PATH opens in the current location just like the native CMD, but I was using ConEmu from PortableApps.com which for some reason didn't do that. Btw, there's no problem with ConEmu from Download ConEmu.
hahaha.. you could use shift+right click open command prompt here or powershell on windows 10.
I also use conemu.
see this https://www.howtogeek.com/302408/how...ht-click-menu/
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