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Using firefox 52 esr, windows xp sp3, and NVDA
I keep getting the message from firefox--I
a script is not responding. It refers to
something about chrome and I get three choices: stop the script, troubleshoot or
continue. I think this is making my firefox slow, almost to the point of
stalling. What should I do to get rid of this problem?
Thank you, anybody.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2018 9:51
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Adding a portable
application to the context menu
I'm not sure how you might do it and it would
probably be faster to open the program and more convenient to make a desktop
shortcut for it and then assign a shortcut key. Lots of people can tell
you how to make a shortcut using the exe file. I said make a desktop
shortcut because that's what I usually do but I believe you can make a
shortcut in the program folder itself and set a shortcut command there.
I should add that I may be
wrong, but I don't think you can add an item in the context menu to open a
program without working with the registry.
----- Original Message
Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2018 9:38 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Adding a portable application to the context
I’d like for a portable application to appear in the
context menu and have poked around online, but don’t seem to find good
instructions on how to do so. The closest I’ve come is this site: https://www.windowscentral.com/add-app-shortcuts-start-menu-manually-windows-10
But they talk about snapping the window right and then left and then dragging
and dropping this and that.
Does anyone in fact know how to do this? I believe there
are some freeware options out there to help customize the context menu
(removing and adding programs), but I’d prefer to just be able to do it
without having to deal with yet another program all together.
This is for a Windows 10 machine.
Any help would be appreciated.