| Create Custom Menu Items for Windows Explorer |
Add one or more custom menu items to the Windows Explorer context menu (the popup menu that appears when the user right-clicks on items in Windows Explorer).
Each menu item can have its own icon or image.
Specify the font, size, text and background colors for each menu item, or use the Explorer defaults.
Full OwnerDraw support enables you to draw right in the Explorer context menu.
Menu items can have sub-items, which can have sub-items, and so on.
Show by File Type
Each custom menu item may appear based on the items currently selected in Windows Explorer. For example, a menu item may appear only for images, folders or drives, or any combination. You can specify one or more file extensions for which an item will appear, or have a menu item appear for all files.
Menu items can appear in the Explorer "background" menu, shown when the user right-clicks in a folder in Explorer but not on any items.
Execute Command Line
When clicked, a menu item can execute a specified command line. The command line can include the selected file path(s).
Execute Custom Code
When clicked, a menu item can invoke any custom code you write in C# or VB.NET.
Turn all menu items on/off with a single property. Set whether each menu item is visible or enabled.
Specify a submenu's default item, which appears boldface and is executed when the user double-clicks on its parent menu item.
Each menu item can display custom help text in the Windows Explorer status bar when the user moves the mouse over the menu item.
Includes thorough MSDN-style documentation.
Samples and Source
Includes sample programs that demonstrate the component with no programming required. Also includes sample C# source code and templates in C# and VB.NET to help you get started quickly.
Written in 100% managed C# code. Original source code may be available for purchase at an additional charge.
.NET 2.0 / Visual Studio 2005 Support
Mini-XMenus supports .NET v2.0 and v1.1. Development projects for Visual Studio 2005 and 2003 are included.