Enqueue explorer context menu item missing for m3u files 2016-07-19 22:44:16 Hi! I am on Windows 10 and since I updated from 1.3.9 to 1.3.10, I do not have "Enqueue in foobar" in Windows explorer context menu for m3u files. All other audio files have it. I tried un-associating foobar from m3u files and associating it back, no change. I tried setting my default media player to some Windows 10 app and back to foobar, no change.This is how my related registry settings look:HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT> .M3U(Default) = foobar2000.M3UContent Type = audio/x-mpegurlPerceivedType = audio> foobar2000.M3U>> shell(Default) = open>>> enqueue(Default) = Enqueue in foobar2000>>>> command(Default) = "C:\Program Files (x86)\foobar2000\foobar2000.exe" /add "%1"(I hope you understand my stupid formatting of the registry hierarchy)I tried playing with the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT / .m3u option, for example when setting WMP11 as the default player, the Default value changes to "WMP11.AssocFile.m3u", then, when i go to "WMP11.AssocFile.m3u" and edit the Enqueue option, it has no effect on what the context menu of m3u files have. When I right click an m3u file, these are the menu items I have at the top:Play in foobar2000Add to Windows Media Player listCast to Device >7-Zip >Scan with Windows Defender...Open with >Restore previous versionsWhat can I do to get back the "Enqueue in foobar2000" menu item to m3u files?