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Use the //Remove// button to remove the selected extension. When the selected extension is the official extension,((In general, if the current user does not have permissions to delete the extension file. What is typical for the official extensions as these are installed to the ''Program Files'' folder.)) the extension is just hidden (the extension file remains). To restore the hidden extension, you have to locate the extension file (e.g. ''C:\Program Files (x86)\WinSCP\Extensions\SearchText.WinSCPextension.ps1'') and use the //Add > Add Extension// to re-add it. When the selected extension is user-installed extension, even the extension file is removed. Use the //Remove// button to remove the selected extension. When the selected extension is the official extension,((In general, if the current user does not have permissions to delete the extension file. What is typical for the official extensions as these are installed to the ''Program Files'' folder.)) the extension is just hidden (the extension file remains). To restore the hidden extension, you have to locate the extension file (e.g. ''C:\Program Files (x86)\WinSCP\Extensions\SearchText.WinSCPextension.ps1'') and use the //Add > Add Extension// to re-add it. When the selected extension is user-installed extension, even the extension file is removed.
-Use the //Configure// button to configure the selected extension. Each extension can have its own set of [[extension#options|configuration options]] (or none at all).+Use the //Configure// button to configure the selected extension. Each extension can have its own set of [[extension#options|configuration options]] (or none at all). For all extensions it is possible to configure a [[custom_key_shortcuts|custom keyboard shortcut]] (&beta_feature).
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