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Take a look at the Overlay Server from TortoiseHG: it is Open Source, GPL2, and as far as I know does not rely on any none free software tools implemented in a single file, TortoiseHgOverlayServer.py, of, at the moment, 553 lines including comments & blank lines. Works with Windows XP through 10. Very reliable but subject to the limitation that all such ...


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I am using Dexpot right now, but it lacks some features & usability, since it mainly is a virtual desktop manager. Notably the menu items are grouped in a sub menu, requiring an additional click to get things done with the system menu. Also, "Minimize to Tray" does not "Minimize to Tray" when clicked, but instead sets up the window so that if I click ...


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Window Resizer works well (just tested it with Firefox 61) and allows you to define custom layouts with screen position (top, left, width, height). I don't think screen position is optionnal though.


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OwnCloud seems to have made their own implementation of icon overlays. It is available since 1.7.0. License: GNU-LGPL Source: https://github.com/owncloud/client/tree/master/shell_integration Info: https://github.com/owncloud/client/wiki/Debugging-Overlay-Icons The technical details of implementation are explained at https://github.com/owncloud/client/wiki/...


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Liferay Nativity is a cross-platform library for adding icon overlays and context menus to file browsers. Open source: Yes, LGPL Reliable: It is used in a commercially-supported product, so I guess, but not tested Communication is made via JSON/sockets, so it can presumably talk with C# after a bit of development on the C# side Unfortunately seems to ...


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