- Hi Don, I set NoteTab to Replace MS Notepad, and in the situation you are talking about NoteTab is not represented, but when I select NOTEPAD from the list theMessage 1 of 4 , Dec 2, 2006View SourceHi Don,
I set NoteTab to Replace MS Notepad, and in the situation you are talking
about NoteTab is not represented, but when I select NOTEPAD from the list
the file opens in NoteTab.
Hope that helps,
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Subject: [NTB] NoteTab doesn't show in Open With Program list
I have NoteTab Pro v5.1 running on Windows XP SP2. It works great with
this execption: If I right-click a file in Win Explorer and choose
Open With then Choose Program, NoteTab doesn't show up in the list of
Other Programs. If I then choose Browse, get to the NoteTab program
folder, select the executable and click Open; it still doesn't show up
on the list.
For file types like TXT that are already associated with NoteTab,
NoteTab shows as the Recommended Program.
Thanks for any suggestions,
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- I ve solved the problem: In the registry key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT Applications NotePro.exe shell open command the default value was C: Program Files NoteTabMessage 2 of 4 , Dec 2, 2006View SourceI've solved the problem: In the registry key
the default value was
"C:\Program Files\NoteTab Pro\NotePro.exe" "%1".
This is not where the executable is. I changed the value to:
"C:\Program Files\NoteTab Pro 5\NotePro.exe" "%1"
and everything's fine.
I don't know why it was incorrect.
- Hi Don,On 02 Dec 06 19:40 Don Arrowsmith said: I ve solved the problem: In the registry key ... I changed the value to:Message 3 of 4 , Dec 3, 2006View SourceHi Don,
On 02 Dec 06 19:40 "Don Arrowsmith" <don@...> said:
> I've solved the problem: In the registry key...
> I changed the value to:I know that my upgrade didn't go as smoothly as I would have hoped,
> "C:\Program Files\NoteTab Pro 5\NotePro.exe" "%1"
> and everything's fine.
> I don't know why it was incorrect.
partly because my initial upgrade to 5.0 was by overwriting 4.95.
With 5.1 I decided to start from scratch and import the various files
that Eric has mentioned need to be transferred manually with this kind
I assumed that I had done something wrong, and recall having to make a
similar registry hack to you - but I didn't make a note at the time,
so can't be sure that my problem was identical to yours. However, I
suspect it was.
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