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  • Ivo Beltchev

    Ivo Beltchev - 2012-12-12

    I don't have c:\users\<user>\SendTo
    Instead I have c:\users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\SendTo

     
  • Glenn Linderman

    Glenn Linderman - 2012-12-12

    Well, you have to turn on hidden and/or system files visibility to see it...

     
  • xpclient

    xpclient - 2012-12-12

    Well if it was possible, then it will be an amazing feat. But I think it can't be done? Shell extensions can't make Explorer traverse junction points or the famous Link Shell Extension (LSE) would have added it long ago.

    Btw, I use shell protocol. It quickly opens whatever folder. e.g. shell:sendto

     
  • Glenn Linderman

    Glenn Linderman - 2012-12-12

    Thanks for the responses. The tip about the shell: protocol is good; if I ever read about the shell: protocol, I had forgotten it, probably because of no need at the time (because Junction Points hadn't been invented yet then).

    I went ahead and made my shortcuts too, in case I'm browsing there.

     
  • Ivo Beltchev

    Ivo Beltchev - 2012-12-15
    • status: open --> closed
     

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