> There's a launch mode -- can't remember the name or number -- that
> writes out a temporary .html page, and then launches it via the shell.

It's the "pagetemplate" parameter:

If the user has the file association for that extension set to the 32bit
version, it should load that. Also, if they do not WANT to associate
that extension, they could use another custom extension and create that
association. This for localprefs.js:

And this registry change:

'// ======================================================== 

"Content Type"="text/html"

@="HTML32 Document"

@="C:\\Program Files\\Internet Explorer (86)\\IEXPLORE.EXE,-17"


@="Open in S&ame Window"

@="\"C:\\Program Files\\Internet Explorer (86)\\IEXPLORE.EXE\" -nohome


@="\"C:\\Program Files\\Internet Explorer (86)\\IEXPLORE.EXE\" \"%1\""

'// ======================================================== 

I don't have a 64bit OS at my disposal at the moment to actually test
it, but if someone is up to it, let me know how it works out.

> There's also the problem with IE's security features; depending on
> where from a page is launched, it may get the lockdown restrictions,
> and the browser will run in a cramped mode.

Yep. I wonder if the "-embedding" switch would assist in this?


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