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Peeping Tom

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#1 14 years ago

Sorry for double post, but I just found the key that controls it. I'll try a script, have it ready by monday....what can I say, i'm slow....




Peeping Tom

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#2 14 years ago

And....uh....I figured we dont really need a script. So, what I've done is create 2 registry files. They do the following Hide: Hides OS Files Hides Hidden Files Hides File Extensions UnHide: Shows OS Files Shows Hidden Files Shows File Extensions Now, to make them toggle, extract them both to a folder that's outta the way, possibly the Windows Folder, it won't bug you there. Then, create shortcuts to both in the same folder. Right click a short cut, click properties, under the "shortcut key" box, enter a keystroke. For Unhide, I use CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+U and for Hide I use CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+H. Remember to set a shortcut key to both. Now, if anyone wants to just be able to press a button and have it TOGGLE, let me know, i'll write a VB script for it. Oh yeah....wait a few seconds for it to kick in....if it doesn't, press F5 to refresh the folder. Any problems, post here -Tom