Quote:> You said "I never tried returning S_OK but I suspect it wouldn't help
> either..." Did you meant that you never tried returning S_OK because you
> *suspected* that it would not work?
Yes, I never tried S_OK because I tried everything else and they
didn't work...So I never gave S_OK a chance.
Quote:> You said "But now I got that solved.". Did you mean that now you did try
> returning S_OK and it did what you expected?
No, I solved it as I previously outlined.
By changing my IShellfolder's attributes to 0x110 and adding a
"Shell\command\open" key and there I put a path to my executable...
Quote:> Although in general, it is reasonable to return E_NOTIMPL if a function is
> not implemented, it seems like this particular function ought to be
> required. It doesn't make any sense to me that you would have a folder that
> has absolutely no view associated with it. It either represents *something*
> or has *something* in it. Why is it there if it has no view?
My whole goal was to have a shellfolder that has no view, but one can
drag/drop files to it , and when dbl-clicked it should show a dialog.