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[quote=JujuLand] [quote=deadlock]http://dhost.info/kmeleonskins/KM1.6b3/base/UserChoice.jpg[/quote] [b][i]Error 403 Forbidden It is not allwoed to view the requested file / site. This can have various reasons: * you are trying to get files from external websites, this includes archives, images or executables * the file you have requested does not have the correct permission to be shown * the folder containing the requested file does not have enough permissions * the Authentication failed / needed[/i][/b] [quote=deadlock]I've also added UserChoice in HKLM for testing and on my system, it is written in the exact same position as it is in HKCU. [/quote] Not necessary, not used by Firefox or Seamonkey. [quote=deadlock]We may need a 64bit detection, if we use the 32bit installer. [/quote] I don't think it's necessary, I think, as you said that it's another view of keys (just for HKLM), and Seven knows then that it's a 32 bits program, and manage it without we need to set it. I have some others 32 bits programs installed, refered into wow3264node, and which work without problem. [quote=deadlock]I'll remove UserChoice from HKLM and add a test for the update that uses it - before writing it to HKCU. [/quote] Ok for removal. No test needed, just write it in HKCU but it's here that we need to send message and register to make our keys setting to be validate by seven. [quote=deadlock]>Curiously, when settings Seamonkey, these keys are >modified by Seamonkey, and extensions keys which >were set empty haven't been set by Seamonkey. >So I think it's not necessary. Perhaps for Vista ? That proves it. [/quote] That just probe that these keys may be used, but with Seven, Seamonkey, when the registry is cleaned from K-Meleon keys, doesn't use it. So, we can perhaps think that these keys aren't absolutely necessary for Seven, probably just due to Vista. [quote=deadlock][HKLM\Software\K-Meleon\Desktop] Desktop is the backup for SetDefault.exe /u. You should know it since you designed it. [/quote] I haven't made the modifications for 1.6.0b2 and Vista (I think Seven hadn't been concerned by the modifications). desga2 have made the job. [quote=deadlock]If .URL isn't set, the HKLM value of .htm decides which browser is associated.[/quote] .URL concerns protocols, not extensions. And that's how we don't need it. [quote=deadlock]>Please, put your setdefault.nsi in your 7zfile. I'll finish this for XP SP3 admin mode soon. Then I'll modify it for XP SP3 user mode. Please use the previous version for testing! [/quote] Put it systematically in 7zfile, just add remark that it's only for testing purpose, and what is done and to be done. Last remark I saw on a Microsoft page. We ought not to write to HKCR, but just into HKCU\Software\Class or HKLM\Software\Class, HKCR is just a view for the two other Class branches. But we can obviously use it for reading purpose, and it's better. Windows manage the key which must be present in HKCR (HKCU, and if not HKLM), and we don't have to read two branches. A+[/quote]
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