The ShellBrowserBase type exposes the following members.
This property should only be used by advanced users. It sets or returns the absolute ItemIdList of the current object. The returned pointer to an ItemIdList will be valid, until a new object was selected.
Specifies, whether filename are presented with file extensions or not. By default, this depends on the respective setting in Windows Explorer.
If FileSystemOnly is set to True, objects and virtual folders which do not have a file system path, will not be displayed. Exceptions are 'My Computer', 'Libraries' and 'Network'
You can use a single pattern, e.g. '*.doc' or concatenate several patterns using semicolons to separate them, e.g. '*.exe;*.com'.
Gets or sets a value indicating whether the Filter property applies to files only, but all folders are listed.
Use Folder to specify the path of the folder, which should be browsed or to get the path that is currently active.
This property should only be used by advanced users. The returned ItemIdList has to be freed when it is not needed any more.
Gets or set the full path of the active object.
Checks if the currently active object has subfolders.
True if the currently active object is a folder and can be browsed.
Can be used to query if the currently active object is a folder or not.
Returns true if the system runs the windows vista operating system or later.
Returns true if the system runs the Windows 10 operating system or later.
Returns true if the system runs the Windows 7 operating system or later.
Returns true if the system runs the Windows 8 operating system or later.
Returns true if the system runs the windows xp operating system or later.
Returns the relative ItemIdList of the current element in this instance.
Holds a list of files that serves as selection for some operations like showing the context menu.
If set to to 'true', error messages will be shown to the user. If set to 'false', error messages will be suppressed.
Get or set a special folder as the currently active folder
Get or set a special object as the currently active object