Opening a New Lister from Desktop Right-Click Menu

I'm not sure if this is a bug or something in my configuration (although I have not changed anything from the defaults regarding the menu item). It may even be Windows related. It did it on Windows 8.0, 8.1 and now Windows 10 (Official Release). It may have done it with Windows 7 but I can't remember. This also means it did it in earlier version of DOpus.

If I quit DOpus (using File/Exit Directory Opus), and then right click on the desktop and select New Lister, the following window opens up (and closes after a while) before the new lister itself opens.

It only appears to happen from the desktop context menu and not the Tray menu or when I double click the desktop.

Any thoughts?

I'm guessing this is something to with my PC settings because I've just dug my laptop out and that doesn't do the same thing (a new lister opens OK).

I've no idea where to look though.

Have you installed and scripts or user-commands related to the recycle bin?

I haven't installed any scripts or user-commands that relate to the the Recycle Bin (that I am aware of anyway).

I have disabled all the scripts that I have installed but it still happens. I've had a look with Process Monitor and Process Explorer but unless it's really obvious, I don't know what I'm looking for.

To be honest, it's no big deal for me as I rarely use that menu command to open a new lister anyway. I just thought I would mention it to see if anyone else is seeing the same issue.

Following my clean install of Windows 10 Pro yesterday, the window in the OP doesn't appear with the default DOpus config or (so far) after my slow rebuild by hand of my DOpus config.

However, if restore my saved pre-Windows 10 DOpus config, the window pops up again.

It'll depend on the Preferences / Launching Opus / Explorer Replacement settings.

Leo, that setting is the recommended one (I never change it).