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IE6 Open in new Window

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Cyber_Tech, Dec 20, 2001.

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  1. Cyber_Tech

    Cyber_Tech Thread Starter

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    Heres one for you all, :D

    When I select Start,Run and type in a URL I want to go to, it opens the URL in the last open IE6 window, but I want it to open in a new window all ways. Any Ideas??? :confused:

    I know they may be some reg hack but dunno what???

    Cheers and Have Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

    Ooops forgot to tell i am using XP Pro (even though i posted it in the XP room)
     
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  3. Dan O

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    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you also.

    I don't think it is possible, because here are the only IE options:

    -channelband = Internet Explorer as a Desktop Toolbar, displaying the
    Channels Directory of the currently logged on user. This
    option only applies when Active Desktop is off.

    -e = Launch Internet Explorer in Explorer mode (standard two
    pane view, My Computer on left, Content on right)

    -new = Start up Internet Explorer in a separate process.

    -nohome = Open Internet Explorer and don't open any Web page at all.

    -k = Launch Internet Explorer in Kiosk mode.
     
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