In TC's Language setup dialog just select for example:
"English with Extended Menu I for TC 8.51 32/64bit under Windows 8.1 64bit"
- then the correct menu will automatically be loaded regardless of whether you are running the 32bit ot the 64bit version of TC.
Total Commander 8.52a
Windows 7 SP1 6.1 (Build 7601)
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Are you really posting to the right thread? If so, this is not a plugin, and I am not sure it can ever produce such message
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I have no idea how a menu file can give you that error. Does it happen immdiately when you load the language/menu menu file - or does it happen it you click on an item in the menu?
This are the steps to reproduce:
1) Hit enter on any of these files:
And install it:
2) You will then see the new items in "Configuration" - "Language":
Select the right one and then Apply.
3) TC immediately returns the error and crashes:
Hmm, I just tested with a freshly downloaded tc851_win7x86_amd64_eng.zip - and I cannot reproduce this.
I noticed on http://oi68.tinypic.com/20582u0.jpg - that the field "Main menu file:" is empty - it should not be so - is it empty no matter which language file you select - for example also "Deutsch (WCMD_DEU.LNG)" ?
Could you check the language directory under TC's main directory to see that you have the following files:
Could you maybe try with a fresh wincmd.ini file ?
I tried with the smallest possible 'wincmd.ini':
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[Configuration] UseNewDefFont=1 firstmnu=2810 FirstTime=0 test=8 FirstTimeUnpack=0 LanguageIni=wcmd_win7%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%_1_eng.lng Mainmenu=wcmd_win7%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%_1_eng.mnu [FileSystemPlugins64] $checksum$=3014672 [ListerPlugins64] $checksum$=3014672
Yes - they are more or less made, I am just waiting for the final release of TC9 - in case more new functions turns up.are you planning an update for version 9?
There will also be a version for Windows 10 x64.
So supported platforms will be:
Win XP 32 bit
Win 7 64bit (both TC 32bit and TC 64bit)
Win 7 32bit (TC 32bit)
Win 8.1 64bit (both TC 32bit and TC 64bit)
Win 8.1 32bit (TC 32bit) (only English, not Danish)
Win 10 64bit (both TC 32bit and TC 64bit)
So in 2 languages with 2 versions for each that is a total of 34 versions.
I am planning to distribute the versions for 64bit OS'es only as combined 32- and 64 bit distributions