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19.08.16 17:03 db

Thanks for making my old VB6 machine more bearable. The function scroll is icing on the cake!

19.07.16 00:24 Lars-Erik Østerud
Mp3ListShellEx. Trying to get this working on Win10. ShellExView shows that it is installed as a shell extension, but there is no extra menu anywhere :-(   Any idea why the extension does not show up when it is active and all seems to work (control panel works too).
Windows 10 is 64-bit operating system. Mp3ListShellEx is 32-bit shell extension.
To use it on 64-bit system you can use utility WOW64Menu.

29.09.15 05:35 JayJay

I came here from your tool 'VB Scroll'. Thanks for your great work, as I still have to work with VB6 from time to time. An option that checks for VB6 (or older, but not .NET Studio versions) and a 'disable' option in the tray menu would also be nice and easy to implement, if you're still working on that project.

Btw. the menu of your home page will not show in MSIE 11.

27.09.15 11:00 Mark
Hi Gasanov, I was pleased to use the VBScroll!!
Perfect tool! Until I update to windows 10 :(
VBScroll is not working anymore, is something you can fix asap please?

If you do that, I will make sure to donate!


05.08.15 10:49 WhatEver
WOW64Menu does not support drag n drop context menu (a drag and drop with the right click). Too bad.

29.06.15 03:07 Rusina
Thank!!! :)

10.06.15 05:10 Yalcin
Allah senden razı olsun kardeş. Çok işime yarıyor.

06.05.15 12:31 John
WoW64 Menu
Thank you for creating and providing this very useful tool.  One thought that would make it better, would be to make the WoW64 menu a cascaded menu, rather than a separate pop-up.  Thanks again!
I completely agree with you and currently working on this. Check for updates periodically.

12.04.15 20:51 Kevin
Many thanks! This lets me put a caption on my pictures in Picasa and when I upload them to my gallery, it reads the captions and uses that instead of entering the same information again!

03.10.14 12:39 Mike
Many thanks for the VBScroll utility. I also downloaded some of your free code which compiles and runs. As much as I don't want to use VB6 your VBScroll makes it a more pleasant experience. Many thanks. Dr Mike.
I'm always glad to hear that my software and source code are useful.

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