JeffM wrote:
Rick Merrill wrote:
Seamonkey 1.1.16 & IE 8 (for those sites that require it)
on Windows xp sp3

Click on SM address bar and drag link to desktop.
Link picks up the icon for IE;
Click on link and IE opens it.
Uninstall & re-install does not a thing.

Well at least you finally tried something.
What I want to know is
*Why ASK for advice if you won't TAKE the advice?*

NOW the questions are **WHAT** was it that you reinstalled*-*-*-*-*-choice+zz-zz+afraid-*-*-*+Registry.Editor+*-*-live-*-*
and are you **still** being a horse's ass WRT IE8?

Has anyone else had this happen?

For the THIRD time: Yes, others have the problem.*-*-originated-*-*+zzz+should-*+embedded-into-*-*-*+hazardous

How can one make "Internet Shortcut" (s) open with SM?

Fix your screwed-up Windoze Registry.

...and your problems with the behavior of Windoze Update
and the behavior of Internet Exploder
are really subjects for a group with MICROSOFT in its name.

In addition, I would think that this far into the 21st Century
people would be aware of the default behavior of M$
and would pay CLOSE attention
to what "critical updates" from those lying bastards might do
and they would approach those with the upmost in caution.*-*-*-*-*-auto-install-*-*-*-*-*-*-*+rss+*-custom-install+*-easy-*+*-*-*-*-*-*-*-blindly-*-*-*-*-*-*-*#27785397
For other views on this, scroll up from that point

...then to find a possible solution, scroll down
and reread JD's previous response to you in this group.

If you have not solved such a problem, we really do not
think you have any business scolding anyone else. I have
tried all the solutions.

None of the suggestions actually work.  The problem is
that IE8 bolloxes up the registry in some really odd ways.

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