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Is there any way of restoring the horizontal scrollbar to the folders


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#1 Redd

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Posted 15 November 2012 - 02:38 AM

Edit: The title was supposed to be "Editing a post in Is there any way of restoring the horizontal scrollbar to the folders pane in Windows Explorer?", but the last words got cut out due to it being too long.

Hi, does anyone know if there is any way (ie: via registry editing, third party add-ons, or anything like that) of restoring the horizontal scrollbar to the folders pane (and preferably, the automatic horizontal scrolling as well) in Windows Explorer like in previous versions of the program? Using the pane when working with folders whose path includes many folders can be a pain in the butt, as they're no longer visible in the folders pane.

And while we're at it, there isn't any way of either replacing Win7's Windows Explorer with the Vista or making it behave like it, is there? Because I liked that one's interface much better (ie: besides not having the aforementioned folders pane issue, it showed Favorite folders in a collapsible pane rather than in the folders hierarchy, which meant that they were always visible and quickly accessible, like any Favorites/Bookmarks should be in my book)?

I'm using Win7 Ultimate x64, if that matters.

Thank you.

Edited by Redd, 15 November 2012 - 11:37 AM.


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