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FW-KENSC Windows Shell Extension

#16 User is offline Clownacy 

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And here it is.

#17 User is offline KingofHarts 

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And all of KoH's command problems went away...
And they say his bone grew three sizes that day...

Srsly though this is fantastic. Downloading now. Thank you all who put this together.

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Seeing as this was bumped... I appear to have a problem with it.

I had installed it, tried it out, making sure it worked and so forth. Then much later on, I uninstalled MainMemory's original version, however, it appeared to have no effect, so I thought there might be the "slightest" chance that this version may have had an effect on that. So I uninstalled this one too, and started a fresh... only to find that after reinstallation, I get nothing. Not even reinstalling MainMemory's one did anything...

Any help would be appreciated (for the record, this is a Windows 7 64-bit OS).

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It isn't because the utility was programmed for 32bit versions given you have a 64bit OS, is it? I've had issues with a couple of programs not showing up because of that (hkSFV, to be specific, which doesn't have a 64bit build).

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The shell extension has 64-bit and 32-bit builds, and installs both versions on 64-bit systems (so it shows up in file dialogs in 32-bit programs).

Personally, I was able to uninstall KensSharp's shell extension without affecting the FW-KENSC one at all. I don't know why a reinstall would produce no results though, maybe some registry entry got screwed up?
This post has been edited by MainMemory: 10 March 2017 - 12:50 PM

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Posted 19 March 2018 - 06:30 PM

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Here's a minor update. The tool's been brought up to date with upstream FW-KENSC, fixing Moduled Kosinski+ support in the process. I've also disabled a few of the more exotic formats (Moduled Nemesis/Saxman/Enigma) since they were unstable.

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Kosinski+ has been updated to its newer format. This improves decompression time (on the Mega Drive, that is).

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