Support questions and answers for software by RL Vision.
After doing some research I think I know why it is not working. You see, it is not possible for a 64bit process (explorer) to load a 32bit shell extension (the menu). At the moment I can not fix this. I did however find a page with a workaround - to run the 32bit version of explorer:
This might not be a good solution, but it would be very interesting for me to know if running this on your computer would show the menu!
> Yes, Version 6.0 Beta did solve the problem for Windows Vista Ultimate x64.
> Note that the Flash Renamer
Shell Integration setting "Show Flash Renamer
> Menu" does not work in Windows Vista x64 (nothing displayed on context menu
> in either left or right pane); however, the setting "Show 'Start Flash Renamer
> (on folders only)" does display correctly on the right click context menu below
> the default "Search..." menu item. If I recall correctly, I tried the "Show Flash
> Renamer Menu" with Version 5.3 on Windows Vista x64 and this did not work
> Hope this helps ... I've been using your software for quite some time and
> recommend it to everyone I know.
> Thanks for your response and Happy Holidays.
> J. J. ("Jay") Ralph, Jr.
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: RL
> To: Jay
> Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2007 2:01:01 PM
> Subject: Re: Flash Renamer
> Sorry for the late reply. I have actually been working on a bugfix for the context menu the last couple of days. Hopefully what I have done will fix your problems too. I would like to invite you to try the new beta version of Flash Renamer
> It's stable enough to use everyday, but I am planning to add more stuff before the real release. Please tell me if this solves your problems. And also tell me what you think of the new version!
> // Dan
> Jay wrote:
>> I recently moved my installation of Flash Renamer
>> from Windows XP to a fresh copy of Windows Vista
>> Ultimate x64.
>> However, for some reason the program did not install
>> a right click context menu for Windows Explorer. As
>> such, is there any way I can configure this manually
>> in the Windows Vista Ultimate x64 Registry?
>> Thanks a bunch.
>> J. J. ("Jay") , Jr.