File drop popup menu removal
jason at keirstead.org
Thu Sep 9 01:15:02 BST 2004
On September 8, 2004 09:23 am, Olaf Jan Schmidt wrote:
> Wrong. Sometimes Windows creates a link rather than moving the file.
Not really. Not if you are dropping a local file on a local folder.
Sure, dropping a file can sometimes create a link, but only in special
situations, and it is normally pretty appropriate. For example, if you drag a
file from C:\ to a folder in your start menu, you likely don' want ot *move*
it there. You want a link. Same goes for the shortcut bar.
Other than those, and some other specal situations, Windows is pretty
Local file dragged to remote folder -> Copy
Remote file dragged to local folder -> Copy
Local file dragged to local folder -> Move
This one I don't know offhand what it does, but I think it is copy
Remote file dragged to remote folder -> ??
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