Title: Re:
Hello Richard,

I put this in Mailwasher and then The bat comes up:

"C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Ritlabs The Bat!\The Bat! (64-bit).lnk"

Choose Use Other Program and then that should work. I did have to edit the shortcut as somehow it seemed to think The Bat was in Program Files(x86) ans so it would not work till I fixed that. You can't pick it either as then mailwasher just reads the name of the exe from the shortcut.

And I guess I should say thanks, it's the first time it's ever worked since I started using the bat.


Friday, June 12, 2020, 12:57:22 PM, you wrote:

Hello Ira,

I'd guess you need to ren "the BAt" in it's own folder soyou should try pointing mailwasher to the start menu shortcut instead of The Bat exectable, or making a shortcut in The Bat folder that points to the exe and is set to start in that folder.
Thanks for your creative guess. MailWasher doesn't seem to allow one to "point" to the email program; it seems to pick it up from listings in WIN10. Since writing about the MailWasher program I found that using email links in my browser (FireFox) to email an article brings up the same errors as it attempts to load TB.
Hence, I suspect that the answer lies in making the CEF Library more universally embedded in the system before the system tries to load TB or somehow allow TB  to call the library before it attempts to load. Either of which is beyond my capabilities.

Thanks again for your thoughts.

Best regards,
Using The Bat!  v9.2.0.1 (BETA)  on  Windows v10 18363

-- Ira
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