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Colour Text Within Folders?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by TheGeek, Jun 15, 2006.

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  1. TheGeek

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    I know this seems simple at first glance but I don't know anyone with a solution. I want to be able to have my file names in multiple colours. In the same way windows can show system compressed files in blue and regular files in black. i.e. I want *.exe files in red, *.zip files in blue & *.mp3 in green. In the same folder?

    To take is one step further, *.mp3 (Podcasts) I have listend to in green & *.mp3 (podcasts) I need to listen to in red.

    Its got to be a reg tweek or something but i can't find it. Anyone able to do this with out writting or using any 3rd party applications.
     
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