scrooling menu alingment to right instead to left

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morell
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scrooling menu alingment to right instead to left

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HI, I have TC 7 and wanted to try 9, just out of curiosity.
After running it and finding not interesting for me I found out that my old total commander has scrolling menus sorted on opposite site that they should be. (and new one did this as well) I earsed both versions and wincmd.ini renewed old version from backup, but the problem is still here.

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What's a "scrolling menu"? Can you post a screenshot of the issue?

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Re: scrooling menu alingment to right instead to left

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morell wrote:...
After running it and finding not interesting for me ...
Better read the History.txt what's new, as you not may find something new in the GUI at first look.

http://www.ghisler.com/history.txt

Or see there >> https://www.ghisler.com/mailing.htm


morell wrote:...
I found out that my old total commander has scrolling menus sorted on opposite site that they should be. ...
That seems not to be related by TC itself. Isn't there the same issue with f.ex. WinExplorer?


See f.ex. there >

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_programs/all-menus-in-windows-7-are-aligned-right-after/e8ccc89a-954b-4c22-b8c0-72f25e09599e

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-desktop/windows-7-application-menus-drop-to-left-instead/2d362701-90e4-4ea6-a3a1-c1391a3d2bea



That?




 

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