[THIN] SV: Re: OT: Internet Explorer

I am of the old fashion world, still using kixtart. :-)
 
Never change a winning team!
 

Mvh 
Svein Arild 

 

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Fra: Jeff Durbin [mailto:techlists@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sendt: 21. oktober 2004 17:20
Til: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Emne: [THIN] Re: OT: Internet Explorer


The code was missing a line. It should read:
 
Dim strKey, intValue, strType
 
set wshell = Wscript.CreateObject ("Wscript.Shell")
strKey = "HKCU\Software\JD\AllowWindowReuse"
intValue = 0
strType = "REG_DWORD"
 
wshell.RegWrite strKey, intValue, strType
 

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        From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Spriggs Jon
        Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 4:38 AM
        To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
        Subject: [THIN] Re: OT: Internet Explorer
        
        
        You can also set the following registry key:
HKey_Current_User\Software\Microsoft\Internet
Explorer\Main\AllowWindowReuse = 0
         
        A quick bit of WSH code is as follows:

                Dim strKey, intValue, strType
                 
                strKey = "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet
Explorer\Main\AllowWindowReuse"
                intValue = 0
                strType = "REG_DWORD"
                 
                wshell.RegWrite strKey, intValue, strType

        Hope that helps :)
         
        Regards,
         
        Jon Spriggs 
        -- 
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Fujitsu name uses or endorses this product. This email is purely a
personal opinion.

                -----Original Message-----
                From: Paul Taylor [mailto:TaylorP@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
                Sent: 21 October 2004 12:14
                To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
                Subject: [THIN] Re: OT: Internet Explorer
                
                
                Tools -> Internet Options.  Under the Browsing heading,
remove the tick to Reuse windows for launching shortcuts. At least,
that's what it is for IE v6.
                 
                Paul

                        -----Original Message-----
                        From: Svein Arild Haugum
[mailto:svein@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
                        Sent: 21 October 2004 12:08
                        To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
                        Subject: [THIN] OT: Internet Explorer
                        
                        

                        We are starting to use a new system, wich uses
Internet Explorer as a web-based client. 

                        The problem is when the user are using this web
based application, and for example recieve a link in an email and clicks
it, the link opens in the already open IE window, thus crashing the
application running there.

                        Has anybody a solution for forcing IE to open
links in a new window? Like most other browsers seem to do by default? 

                        Mvh 
                        Svein Arild 

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