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    Hello,

    I move fast around the computer and occasionally when I right-click to bring up a context menu, I will accidentally click on an item just below or just above the item I meant to click on.
    Is there a way to edit the context menu so that the items listed are double spaced or place a divider in between each item?

    Thanks.
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    Not sure off hand but it wouldn't surprise me. If you mention your OS it might help. I do know that you can edit your context menus with Glary Utilities, Advanced System Care, and a many others. None of those have the ability to add spaces though, only delete entries.
    Current Machine:HP Compaq 6910p with 4GB RAM, Core2Duo @ 2.20 GHz, Mobile Intel 965 Express Chipset Family, Avast free, Malwarebyte's free, TP-Link wireless card (as the built in card has nothing but problems with empty solutions): The card identifies as "Atheros AR922X Wireless Network Adapter". [Not the best machine but it does internet, docs, and vids, and some games (PvZ, Spore)]

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    Thanks and sorry for not mentioning my operating system.
    Windows XP 32-Bit with SP3
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    I think you can do this with Fast Explorer
    http://thesoftpro.tripod.com/downloads/fe/

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    Fast Explorer (free and feature rich) at http://thesoftpro.tripod.com/downloads/fe/index.htm creates user defined submenus and separators.

    OpenExpert at http://www.baxbex.com/openexpert.html is small, fast, free, and flexible. "Open with" file type associations open sub-menus of user selected programs. While user-stipulated separators are not supported, dummy file entries might create spacing gaps.

    In the discussion of past experiences with context menu software and desirable features for Donation Coder's planned ContextMenu Commander (to be free with donation requested) at http://www.donationcoder.com/Forums/...hp?topic=648.0, see, e. g., reply #9 for links to other context menu software and #10 for links to software which adds specific features to the context menu, but all three pages of forum discussion have a wealth of information.

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