This question may generate the answer "why would you want to do that" - but I want to know if I can have a button on my right-click context menu when I click a folder "open in Windows Explorer". The reason is that I have a really good renaming program (Better File Rename) that I've used in Explorer for years & I'm finding that I can't do without it. I know dopus' rename is great but I don't know how to use it & I don't know how to write regular expressions. It's something I want to learn, but in the meantime, I'm going crazy not having my renamer readily available. Thanks,
The right-click option to open things in Explorer is part of Windows itself and not something which Opus adds to the menu.
(The reason some people want to add a context menu item for doing the same thing is that they have turned on Preferences / Miscellaneous / Windows Integration / Hide Windows items on file context menus (shift overrides) but want one or two of the options to come back. You could turn that on if you're aiming to minimise the number of items on the menu. Or they may have been using older versions of Windows where Explorer Replacement worked differently.)
The Add "Open in Directory Opus" item to folder context menus option is disabled (and effectively always turned on) if you have Explorer Replacement turned on as it is a required part of the Explorer Replacement mechanism. (Explained in the manual if you click the help button on the page where the option exists.)