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[quote="alain aupeix at wanadoo fr"] With your hardcopy, I can say: 1)There is a problem of Default Browser identification. The tool read two keys to keep the value a) HKCR\.Html to keep the type (if K-Meleon is installed ok, returns: K-Meleon.HTML b) HKCR\<First_Key_found>\DefaultIcon This error allows to know that or K-Meleon is not installed correctly, or it is not you default browser. In the second case, the defaultIcon doesn't exist. What is your default browser ? Can you look at registry to see the values found. ? Can you tell me the exact strings found in these keys (with space replaced with underscore and " characters ? 2)There is a problem of Default Mailer identification. The tool read two keys to keep the value. a) HKLM\Software\Clients\Mail for b) HKLM\Software\Clients\Mail\<First_Key_found>\shell\open\command What is your OS. ? What is your default mailer ? Can you look at registry to see the values found ? Can you tell me the exact strings found in these keys (with space replaced with underscore and " characters ? 3) It seems you have a bad K-Meleon installation (perhaps just unzipped in a folder) and the key I took to have the info is: HKCU\Software\K-Meleon\K-Meleon\General\InstallDir It may be also caused by the fact you have more than one use, and you use K-Meleon from a user which has not installed K-meleon. One way to correct problems 1) and 3) is to run SetDefault (take the english version I modified, it give you the possibility to change the path. ==>> You can correct it manually with search buttons, but I prefer to have the answers before to see if there are bugs. After correction, you can [i]In the spirit of generalized access could it be made easier?[/i] The install can't be automized, because of existing macros files used and which can have been modified, but I'll see if I haven't make mistakes in the txt files. I'll improve readme file to detail the fields in WebShortcut to make self correction and easier. [i]On a first test, I created a link but it came up with the default windows icon - what gives?[/i] As Browser is bad filled, and mailer field is not filled, The default icon is the default Url icon, IE. When your fields will be correctly filled, Your shortcuts will be created with the good icon. In addition of the previous infos (I don't remember if I gave it in the last zip), the links which haven't a page extension have their shortcut created with the icon of your default program. For example, zip links are created with Izarc icon if your default Zip manager is Izarc. Thanks to report[/quote]
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