: K-Meleon Forum
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[quote="alain aupeix chez wanadoo fr"] Midas, ---------- [i]Please see [url=http://img194.imageshack.us/img194/3134/prscrn0015nf.png]http://img194.imageshack.us/img194/3134/prscrn0015nf.png[/url] (Registry export too long to post here, but will send it if asked for).[/i] I see you use Outlook express, but I'm interested by the content of the key: HKCU\Software\Clients\Mail\Outlook'_'Express>\shell\open\command The error was due to the fact that with w98se, Clients key is under HKLM A little test and it will be ok for that point I'm very suprised by the '%1' found for the Browser.. Can you tell me the content of HROOT\K-Meleon.HTML ? kko, ------ [i]When K-Meleon is (properly) set up as your default browser (i.e. is associated with the http protocol), the Windows OS will automatically display such a link with the K-Meleon icon. A mailto-link will automatically be displayed with the icon of your default mail client. In general, Windows will automatically display ANY shortcut (whether *.url or *.lnk) with the correct icon.[/i] No, for URL, I always have IE icon, with w98se, w2k and XP Pro. [i]What will happen to the shortcut, when you set MSIE (just to give an example) as your default browser? Answer: The shortcut will then open in MSIE but it will still be displayed with the K-Meleon icon.[/i] Yes, and for all the browsers you can use. [i]What will happen to the shortcut, when you remove (uninstall) K-Meleon from your system or when you move the shortcut to another system (wher no K-Meleon is installed or where K-Meleon is installed to a different location)? Answer: The shortcut will have an invalid icon location and will be displayed with a "blank" default icon.[/i] Yes, and it's the same when you create a program icon and you then uninstall the program. [i]- Right click on your desktop and choose New > Shortcut to create a new shortcut. Enter "http://some.domain/download.zip" as target location. What icon does this shortcut have?[/i] Internet Explorer. And if I launch it, I open K-Meleon. Do you think it's a good thing ? Is-it a bug? I don't think, and it's the same reason which make the sript function to create web Shortcut doesn't allows to specify icon.Bill wants the people to know that IE is the best... Yet, I'm about to improve WebShortcut: 1) A button to let windows choose the icon (program and icon will then not be included in .url creation. 2) Perhaps: A button to clear the shortcut of their Program and icon info (for example those which are on the desktop and/or another folder). 3) A way to create shortcut from selected text. 4) a way to create lnk shortcut to allow, for example, to open a link with IE. I'm not crazy, I hate IE, but I'm often ennoyed when I have shortcut or bookmarks which only works with IE (at work, often). In this case, I now must launch the link which doen't work with Kmeleon, copy the address, open IE, and paste it in the IE address bar. With this new feature, I just have to create a shortcut to IE, reduce K-Meleon, and launch the lnk shortcut.[/quote]
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