[1/5] from: jchapdelaine::datachest::com at: 4-Jun-2001 14:03
Guys, I tried to use the /only refinement with the 'browse' function. I am unable to use the same window browser. Any clue ? Thank you. Jeannot
[2/5] from: gjones05:mail:orion at: 4-Jun-2001 14:02
From: "Jeannot Chapdelaine"
> Guys, > > I tried to use the /only refinement with the 'browse' function. I am
> to use the same window browser. Any clue ?
Same problem here on Win98 and IE 5.5. Anyone else notice this? --Scott Jones
[3/5] from: sterling:rebol at: 4-Jun-2001 13:49
It doesn't work under windows. Win requires all sorts of weird DDE stuff we didn't have time to deal with so unfortunately for you, the user, the evil empire has thwarted functionality with obscurity. Sterling
[4/5] from: allenk:powerup:au at: 5-Jun-2001 7:38
I believe the Windows pref setting for browse folders will overide whatever REBOL tries to do here. In Windows open a folder, choose tools/options, and on the general tab have a look at the setting for "browse folders". The options are Open each folder in the same window or Open each folder in it own window. Try altering the setting and see if you get different results. Cheers, Allen K ps. I have mine set to "reuse" by default.
[5/5] from: jchapdelaine:datachest at: 5-Jun-2001 15:37
It works on a folder, but there is nothing (from what I see) about the browser. I am using WIN2000 with Internet explorer. Jeannot