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Custom folder view... folder.htt equivalent?
differently. I've got some mileage from specifying a custom icon and
tooltip text in desktop.ini, but ideally I'd like to display some custom
text in the Windows XP Explorer task pane or elsewhere equally visible.
I suppose what I'm trying to do is what you could achieve with
folder.htt in Windows 98.
Re: Custom folder view... folder.htt equivalent?
folder.htt still good in XP.
Customizing Folders with Desktop.ini (also info on Folder.htt)
Customizing a Folder's Web View
....folder customization through hypertext templates (.htt files) has been
deemphasized in Windows XP and important restrictions have been applied.
New Graphical Interface: Enhance Your Programs with New Windows XP Shell
More Windows 2000 UI Goodies: Extending Explorer Views by Customizing
Hypertext Template Files
Hope this helps. Let us know.
MS-MVP Windows Shell/User
blah <email@example.com> hunted and pecked:
> I want to make one particular folder on a network share appear
> differently. I've got some mileage from specifying a custom icon and
> tooltip text in desktop.ini, but ideally I'd like to display some custom
> text in the Windows XP Explorer task pane or elsewhere equally visible.
> I suppose what I'm trying to do is what you could achieve with
> folder.htt in Windows 98.
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