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Re: IE5 brain damage

  • From: "Harihara Vinayakaram" <hvram@w...>
  • To: <xml-dev@i...>
  • Date: Tue, 11 May 1999 14:56:52 +0530

opens with wordperfect
Select the document . Shift + Right - click should be able to give you an
option of Open with . (even though you have associated this file type
with something else)

Hope this helps

Regards
Hari

-----Original Message-----
From: Elliotte Rusty Harold <elharo@m...>
To: xml-dev@i... <xml-dev@i...>
Date: Thursday, May 06, 1999 7:55 PM
Subject: Re: IE5 brain damage


>>If I understand you correctly it sounds like you need to change the
program
>>associated with your.xml files.
>
>Everyone has suggested changing the associations, buct that's not the
>issue. I am aware of how to do that. The problem is that despite the
>association with Textpad I should still be able to open an XML file in IE
>and I can't.
>
>Think of it this way. By going to File->Open in Word, you can open a
>WordPerfect document in Word even if WordPerfect is installed on the system
>and registered to handle Wordperfect files. Now imagine that when you try
>to open a WordPerfect file in Word, it instead launches WordPerfect and
>opens the file in WordPerfect.  That's more or less what's happening when I
>try to read an XML file in IE5.  The associations should affect what
>program is launched when I double-click a file of a particular type. It
>should not affect what happens when I specifically ask a particular program
>to open a particular file.
>
>
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