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browse command

 [1/4] from: mattsmac:hotmai:l at: 29-Aug-2003 8:55

Hi all, I have view/pro and I'm trying to get the browse command to work. When I type a command like: browse "" nothing happens. I looked in the word dictionary and it said that was because my default browser cannot be located. Why is this? BTW, this command works fine in plain rebol view. Also as a side note, is there any way to respond to messages on the board without making a new email everytime?? Matt _________________________________________________________________ MSN 8: Get 6 months for $9.95/month.

 [2/4] from: mattsmac:hotmai:l at: 29-Aug-2003 15:21

I could really use some help with this if anyone has any ideas?? Matt

 [3/4] from: SunandaDH:aol at: 29-Aug-2003 16:45

> I could really use some help with this if anyone has any ideas??
They may not be useful, but here are two ideas: Do a probe/netscan. What does the netscan/def-broswer say? If it doesn't say what you think it should, then you may need to edit the Windows Registry Key: MyComputer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\CLASSES\http\shell\open\command Set default to C:\Program Files\IEXPLORE.EXE /nowin /e (Or whatever your path is to your default browser) You may need to do the same with the ..https.. key too. As always, remember that if you mess things up while editing the Registry, I am not to blame!! Sunanda

 [4/4] from: antonr::iinet::net::au at: 30-Aug-2003 15:54

Hi Matt, Which version of rebol do you have? On REBOL/View 30-May-2003, with a license key, I get:
>> browse
** Script Error: Feature not available in this REBOL ** Near: browse To fix, do this first: set-browser-path "explorer.exe" That works for me on winxp. Anton.