Charles Milton Ling wrote:
Mark Hansen wrote:
On 05/10/09 20:09, Michael Gordon wrote:
Charles Milton Ling replied On 5/10/2009 7:10 PM
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Most likely not. It is possible that while uninstalling SeaMonkey
something changed the default browser back to Explorer, look in
Control Panel/Internet Options/Programs and see if SeaMonkey is
selected. If not make the change there.
Interesting. I'm running Windows/XP Pro with SP3, and that dialog
does not allow me to set the default browser. It includes controls
to select programs to use for the following services:
- HTML editor
- Internet call
- Contact list
There is a checkbox which says:
"Internet Explorer should check to see whether it is the default
but nothing here to set the default browser to SeaMonkey. Are you
that "HTML editor" is Microsoft-speak for default browser?
As I am running Vista Home Premium 64-bit SP1, things are presumably
quite different here.
System restore did the trick, more or less. Wonder why it took me so
long to come up with that idea.
I still have to reinstall SM every time I reboot, however.
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