(New) Added new custom command type: Copy To Clipboard. This custom command type lets you copy to the clipboard specific attributes of the selected elements (path, name, file size, checksum, etc) based in a template with variables. You also can configure the custom command to copy to clipboard the elements into the subfolders recursively.
(Fixed) Copy To / Move To: the submenu with favorites and recent folders was not shown in the classic context menu.
(New)Copy To / Move To: the submenu with favorites and recent folders is shown in alphabetic order.
(New)Batch Commands: added a new property to run the batch command as Administrator. So the UAC message box is displayed only once if several commands that are run for the batch command need administrator privileges.
(Improvement)Organize Into Folders: if a profile is saved with an empty target folder, then when loading the profile by default the target folder text box will be filled with the folder path of the selected elements on Windows Explorer.
(New)Organize Into Folders: added new setting to add a suffix to the new folder if when creating it already exists.
(New) Added new variables to be used in Advanced Renamer and Organize Into Folders which lets you insert current date and current time or parts of them (day, month, hour, minutes, etc).
(New) Pack To Folder: now you can specify variables (current time, current date, etc)
(New) Pack To Folder: added option to copy the files to the new folder instead of moving the files.
(New) Added pause button in the progress bar that is displayed when running a custom command that is configured to run on multiple instances sequentially.
(New) (Windows 11 only) There was a problem with third party file managers where the new Windows 11 context menu is not supported and the commands of FileMenu Tools were not displayed in the classic context menu. You had manually uncheck "Show the commands of FileMenu Tools in the new Win11 context menu" in order to see the commands in the classic context menu. For this reason now the commands are displayed in both menus by default, and a new option has been added in the Settings window to choose in which context menu the commands of FileMenu Tools will be displayed: configure individually for each command, in both menus, only in the new Windows 11 context menu, or only in the classic menu.
(New) (Windows 11 only) The "Show in context menu" property of each command has been modified in order to configure whether the menu should be displayed in both menus, only in the new Windows 11 context menu or only in the classic menu. This can only be changed if the option "Configure individually for each command" has been chosen in the global configuration.
(New) Custom commands: added a button in the "Element Types" property to show a profiles window. This lets you save and load the values of this property (file extensions, specific folders, etc) for most used element types, for example: Audio files, Video files, Binary files. If you set a default profile, then this profile will be loaded when you add new custom commands.