ShellBrowser .NET Components
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The ShellListView or ShellTreeView do not provide a property for this. Instead the ShellControlConnector component, that mediates the checkbox state between different controls in particular, has the property SelectionList which allows to iterate through the list of selected items.
For folders containing many files and subfolders the process of collecting file information (e.g. overall size) can take a while. If you'd like to suppress the scan, you can set the CalculateSelectedFiles property in the SelectionList to false.
This will suppress fetching the overall filesize, etc.
In general it is better to use only the SpecialFolder to explicitly set a path. The Path property is meant to be used to set the displayed path dynamically when the application is running on the system it is deployed on.
It can't be assumed that throughout different systems there's always an existing path "c:\" for example.
Depending on the Windows Settings this property might not contain the complete file name but one with the extension cut off.
Instead, use the ShellListItem.FullPath property, it contains the full path to the file represented by the item.
The function Path.GetFileName(string path) gets you the full and pure file name and omits the path.
Have a look at the JamExplorer example, here a MessageBox is shown to ask the user whether he really wants to open a file. The event is called BeforeInvokeCommandOnSelected.
Because the history functionality is contained in ShellControlConnector, you need to attach one to the ShellHistoryToolStrip Control by setting the property of the same name.
Just call the static method string ShellBrowser.GetLinkTarget(string shortcut) and it will resolve the link. If it is not a link file (ie. a normal file or folder) it will return the empty string "", and null on error.