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[quote=deadlock] @JujuLand >Error 403 Forbidden Should be fixed now. >but it's here that we need to send message >and register to make our keys setting to be >validate by seven. Did it work in a test? You said your reg-file has no working file-types and doesn't show icons after reboot. How did you test protocols? > >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. I'm not sure what you're talking about. But, if you can't delete some other browser's values in HKLM, you'll have to install in user mode, or use a 64 Bit installer. >>If .URL isn't set, the HKLM value of .htm >>decides which browser is associated. >.URL concerns protocols, not extensions. >And that's how we don't need it. It tells me that my setup hasn't associated the protocols and I need four URL-files containing links to http, https, gopher and ftp. Firefox also doesn't associate the protocols on my system. Is there any other browser with that feature? >We ought not to write to HKCR, but just >into HKCU\Software\Class or HKLM\Software\Class, [s]Only did that in the first version. You wouldn't notice it, since HKCR is the same thing, but irritating if you use different branches of HKCU.[/s] This was nonsens. I didn't rewrite this yet. I'll analyze and write HKLM+HKCU for admin mode and HKCU for user mode.[/quote]
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