Context menu -> Run Unsandboxed

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Mr.X
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Re: Context menu -> Run Unsandboxed

Post by Mr.X » Wed Oct 07, 2015 11:31 pm

bo.elam wrote:
Mr.X wrote: Hence it could be dangerous especially when dealing with unknown programs... :?
If you install an unknown program in your computer that happens to be malware, it wont matter if it runs sandboxed or not. :)

Bo
Bo, I know already that lol
What I mean to say if I download an executable then put it on my desktop, afterwards right-click on it to "Run Sandboxed" as my first intention but accidentally I click a few millimeters below the "Run Unsandboxed" option then... game over lol
Again, it could be dangerous especially when dealing/playing/fiddling (not installing) with unknown programs. :roll:
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BUCKAROO
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Re: Context menu -> Run Unsandboxed

Post by BUCKAROO » Thu Oct 08, 2015 2:54 am

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Dun
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Re: Context menu -> Run Unsandboxed

Post by Dun » Thu Oct 08, 2015 4:19 am

Thats better, thanks
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henryg
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Re: Context menu -> Run Unsandboxed

Post by henryg » Mon Oct 19, 2015 11:04 am

I'm now a belated convert to the right-click "run sandboxed" method. That's after years of insisting on using "send to" :twisted:
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Re: Context menu -> Run Unsandboxed

Post by RooJ » Mon Nov 30, 2015 4:47 pm

Dun wrote:Well, right. There was shortcut key combination to do the same. Does anyone remember the keys?
If you hold CTRL+SHIFT while clicking 'Run Sandboxed' from the context menu the target program will automatically start un-sandboxed. Maybe this is what you're thinking of?

hottroc
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Re: Context menu -> Run Unsandboxed

Post by hottroc » Sat Jan 30, 2016 11:45 am

Mr.X wrote:
Dun wrote:Hmm, maybe to implement this in next release?
To be honest I do prefer this tweak as optional. Sometimes when I right-click and select a function I click on the wrong one :lol:
Hence it could be dangerous especially when dealing with unknown programs... :?
I agree with Mr.X this is best left as an optional tweak. I don't completely understand...surely the default action when you run any program is to run unsandboxed. Why would you need a right-click to choose it? And I'd rather not have an unnecessary option in my context menu.

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Re: Context menu -> Run Unsandboxed

Post by seyf-educ » Sun Oct 30, 2016 7:09 pm

Hmm, maybe to implement this in next release?
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