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    Opening favorites in new windows (winnt 3.5/ie 5.5?)

    All,

    Is there a URL switch, or properties setting that will allow me to open a favorite in a new window every time?

    I want to be able to click on 5 separate favorites, and get 5 new windows, instead of 1 window that goes to 5 pages.

    Any ideas?

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    Re: Opening favorites in new windows (winnt 3.5/ie 5.5?)

    You might try un-checking this. But I DON'T think this is the answer. It is the best i can find with not time! There is a registry Tweak (I think) that can do this...
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    Re: Opening favorites in new windows (winnt 3.5/ie 5.5?)

    Hi rmrucker,

    I tried that one before posting, no go. Any other ideas? I'm sure it's just a switch in the shortcut command line or something. I couldn't find much through Lounge Archive search...

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    Re: Opening favorites in new windows (winnt 3.5/ie 5.5?)

    I added it as a right-click option some time ago. Now, the question is -- can the default function be changed to this -- and STILL WORK correctly. Again, I am NOT sure the answer is yes. Here is the registry values to add the right-click option:
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    REGEDIT4

    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTInternetShortcutshellOpen in New Window]

    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTInternetShortcutshellOpen in New Windowcommand]
    @="rundll32.exe shdocvw.dll,OpenURL %l"

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    However, this does not differ much from the Open command:

    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTInternetShortcutshellopencommand]
    @="rundll32.exe shdocvw.dll,OpenURL %l"

    SO... maybe the control lies in the CLSID

    "CLSID"="{FBF23B40-E3F0-101B-8488-00AA003E56F8}"
    "LegacyDisable"=""

    I don't know. No time now...
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