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Adjust the customization limit If you ve been using one of the original editions of Windows XP or Windows XP with Service , Pack 1 (SP1), it s possible that you ve experienced problems with the retention of folder display customizations in Windows Explorer. Versions of Windows XP prior to Service Pack 2 (SP2), by default, remembered a paltry maximum of 400 display customizations. If you customized the display settings for a 401st folder, Windows forgot the settings you had applied to your first folder, and so on. Increasing the default beyond 400 required a registry edit. The good news is that SP2 has bumped the customization maximum from 400 up to 5000. That s probably enough. But you can increase it further if you still find yourself losing folder settings. To do so, follow these steps:
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In the Edit DWord Value dialog box, enter a new customization maximum.
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Open Registry Editor (choose Start, Run, and type regedit). Navigate to HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\ShellNoRoam. In Registry Editor s right pane, double-click the value BagMRU Size.
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The Edit DWord Value dialog box uses hexadecimal notation by default. If you re more comfortable with decimal notation, click the Decimal button, and then specify your new maximum. If you re using a version of Windows prior to SP2, you might not find a BagMRU Size value in the HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\ShellNoRoam registry key. You can still adjust the customization maximum by adding this value yourself. After navigating to HCKU\ Software\Microsoft\Windows\ShellNoRoam, choose Edit, New, DWord Value. Name the new value BagMRU Size, double-click the new value, and enter an appropriate value (something larger than the default 400!). Better still: consider SP1 s recurrent bouts of customization amnesia one more reason to download and install SP2. Note that version 2.10.0.0 of the excellent Tweak UI utility the latest version available at the time this book was in production includes an Explorer\Customizations command that purports to adjust the customization limit without requiring you to open a registry editor. This command appears, however, to update the wrong registry value Bag MRU Size, instead of BagMRU Size. Note also that adjusting the BagMRU Size value either directly through a registry editor or indirectly by means of another program is an undocumented procedure, unsupported by Microsoft.
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Changing Views in Common Dialog Boxes
You can change from one view to another inside the common dialog boxes used by many Windows applications the Open and Save dialog boxes, for example. To select a different view in one of these dialog boxes, click the arrow on the dialog box s Views button and then choose a view from the menu that appears. The common dialog boxes open in List view by default in all but certain system folders. Unfortunately, you can t make a view change for a particular folder persistent. You can switch from List to Details when you open a file, for example, but the next time you open a file, you ll be back in List view again. (This generalization does not apply to Microsoft Office applications, which don t use the common dialog boxes. Your choice of views in Office Open and Save dialog boxes is persistent.) The places bar that appears along the left edge of the common dialog boxes provides a oneclick shortcut to five storage locations. By default, the five locations in the places bar are My Recent Documents, Desktop, My Documents, My Computer, and My Network Places. Using either of two tools Group Policy and Tweak UI you can replace these standard locations with ones that are more useful to you.
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Windows Explorer for Experts
Troubleshooting
Files and folders are sorted incorrectly in the common dialog boxes. The standard Open and Save dialog boxes used by Notepad, Paint, WordPad, and many other applications normally display folder contents in ascending order by name, with subfolders appearing before files. It s possible to make a persistent change in this sort order, however. If you right-click within a common dialog box, choose Arrange Icons By, modify the current sort order, and then dismiss the dialog box while holding down the Ctrl key, Windows records the new sort order in the registry (in the ShellState value of the key HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer) and maintains that order the next time you open a common dialog box. It doesn t matter whether you exit by canceling (clicking the big X or the Cancel button) or by following through with the dialog box s normal action (clicking Save or Open). As long as you are pressing Ctrl at the time, the system remembers how the folder contents are currently sorted. This feature (let s be generous and call it that, since it can work to your advantage if you don t prefer the conventional sort order) might drive you crazy if you use it accidentally. Fortunately, it s easy to restore the original sort order. Right-click again, choose Arrange Icons By, choose Name, and hold down Ctrl while clicking Cancel. Note the following: The sort order recorded in the registry applies to the current user only, is preserved in all common dialog boxes (again, this excludes Microsoft Office applications, which use their own enhanced versions of the common dialogs), and alas has nothing to do with the current view. If there s a way to make your preferred view Thumbnails, Tiles, Icons, List, or Details persist in the common dialog boxes, we haven t found it yet.
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