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Major Netscape 7 problem...

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by binaryghost, Jan 16, 2003.

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  1. binaryghost

    binaryghost Thread Starter

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    ok this is my story........ few days ago, i clicked on a jpg file and a "open with" window poped up so i thought odd, i thought n7 automanically handles these files, but i choosed ACDSee (an image utility) and everytime after that when i hold down shift and left click something, (shortcut for downloading target) it will tag the .jpg extension to the original file and say it's a JPEG. so i went into preference and deleted the association. But now, everytime i log in hotmail, the right frame and teh ad banner is runed based on a server side .dll (alot of on line stores uses them) which netscape should process internally, but instead it popes up a window and ask how should it be handled and i picked netscape but it will just pop another window and ask again..... how do i restore teh default setting???
     
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    sorry can't find the answer there.
     
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    I also use Netscape 7.0 but I am not able to understand your problem. Can you please clarify it a bit? If possible, post a screen shot.

    For screen shot, use Print Screen and Paste it in Paint. Save the file as JPEG.
     
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