Command line options

/l <language code> Change user interface language to specified 2 letter language code
/p Or portable.dat file is in same directory, use portable version
/s Stay in systray
/r <directory> Root directory for menu items
/n Use narrow menu items
/o <0/1/2> 0: Sort files and folders together, 1: first files, then folders. 2: first folders, then files
/t <0/1/2/3> 0: Use Windows Colors, 1: Use Dark Theme, 2: Use Light Theme, 3: Use System Theme Setting
/e Show also empty folders
/d <bitmask as hex value> Hide command menu items. Bits 0-7 of menu items to hide:
0x01: About, 0x02: Organize, 0x04: Shutdown, 0x08: Run, 0x10: Control Panel, 0x20: Settings, 0x40: Cmd as Admin, 0x80 Exit
/v <0/1/2> If the menu is too long: 0: Use scrolling, 1: Use multiple columns (Default), 2: Use nothing
/h Show this help

System Context Menu

Press the Control key while clicking the menu item to show the system context menu.

Long menu handling

Use the command line option /v to specify the behavior if the menu is larger than the monitor.
/v 0 Use scrolling. You can use the mouse wheel to scroll the menu items.
If you press the Control or Shift key while scrolling, you change the menu selection.
/v 1 Use multiple columns. The menu will break into multiple columns. (Default)
/v 2 Use the arrows to scroll the menu items up or down.

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