On 09/24/09 21:27, mozzi wrote:
> Mark Hansen wrote:
>> On 09/24/09 15:41, Ray_Net wrote:
>>> Mark Hansen wrote:
>>>> On 09/24/09 07:24, Ray_Net wrote:
>>>>> David Wilkinson wrote:
>>>>>> mozzi wrote:
>>>>>>> Great application, Seamonkey but I was wondering, when I go to edit a
>>>>>>> HTML file, it opens the browser which is NOT what I want at all.
>>>>>>> I hope something can be done to address the problem.
>>>>>> Composer is just an application like any other. Its File menu has "New"
>>>>>> and "Open File" items.
>>>>> I think he was doing a double-click on an HTML file.
>>>>> The solution for his expectation is to do a right-click on this HTML
>>>>> file then use the choice "Edit".
>>>> But actually, the OP hasn't said what he's doing, even though he was asked.
>>> You had to understand between the lines ... an guess what he was doing.
>> I didn't say I couldn't guess. I said he didn't say.
> The problem is even if I set it manually, eg "open with" it still 
> doesn't let me start the right app in the suite.

I'm running SeaMonkey 1.1.16 on Windows/XP SP3, and when I right-click
on an HTML file in windows explorer and select Edit, it open the file
in the SM editor tool.

If this doesn't work for you, perhaps you've installed other software
which changed the file associations? Perhaps installing SM again will
change them back? I'm not sure.

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