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Delphi Dev. Shell Tools D5~XE7

The Delphi Dev. Shell Tools is a Windows shell extension with useful tasks for Object Pascal Developers (Delphi, Free Pascal). 

Features**

Supports Delphi 5, 6, 7, 2005, BDS/Turbo 2006 and RAD Studio 2007, 2009, 2010, XE, XE2, XE3, XE4, XE5, XE6, XE7 Appmethod 1.13, Lazarus v1.0.1.3
Works in Windows 8/7/Vista/XP. (x86 and x64 versions)

Important**

We detect a conflict with the AVG Antivirus 2014 Shell extension . This cause which the Delphi Dev. Shell Tools menu is not show. To fix this you must disable and enable the AVG Antivirus Shell extension. 

Please follow the next steps to fix.

Download and Run the ShellExView utility
Locate the AVG Antivirus Shell extensions and disable it as is shown in the below image.
log-off and log-on or restart Windows
Test the Delphi Dev. Shell Tools extension
Run the ShellExView utility again and enable the AVG Antivirus Shell extensions
log-off and log-on or restart Windows
Now both shell extensions should work normally. 

Common Tasks for .pas, .dpr, .inc, .pp, .dpk, . dproj, .dfm, .fmx, .rc, .lpk, lpr, .lpi extensions**

Copy File Path to the clipboard : Copy the path of the selected file to the clipboard.
Copy Full FileName to the clipboard : Copy the full file-name (Path + Name) of the selected file to the clipboard.
Copy FileName using URL format to the clipboard : Copy the full file-name (Path + Name) of the selected file to the clipboard using the Internet Path format
Copy FileName using UNC format to the clipboard : Copy the full file-name (Path + Name) of the selected file to the clipboard UNC format
Copy file content to the clipboard : Copy the content of the selected file to the clipboard.
Open In Notepad : Open the selected file in the notepad editor.
Open In Default text file editor : Open the selected file in the default text editor installed.
Open In associated text editor : Open the selected file in the associated text editor.
Open Command Line here : Open the cmd.exe application in the folder of the selected file.
Open Command Line here as Administrator : Open the cmd.exe application in the folder of the selected file as Administrator.