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VRf-Eval_Conflicts

Question asked by VRFuser on Mar 20, 1997
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from: Greg Goebel / HP-MXD
      gvg@lvld.hp.com / 970-679-3030 / FAX 970-679-5971
to:   VRf-Bill Karnavas
date: Friday, 21 March 1997 1152 MST

> I downloaded the eval version of Vee 4.0 and liked it.  But, it set
> new values in my NT registry and made itself the default for executing
> .vee files and seems to have messed up my Vee 3.2 finding help.
>
> First I was hoping you might have a list of settings the eval copy
> made so I might change them back.  Second, I might suggest that an
> eval program not make changes to the system to interfer with the
> current working copy of Vee.
>
> lBill

Sir:

The Registry should have separate entries for each version of VEE, so we
would be puzzled as to why it would confuse access to Help.  Do you have more
details? 

However, the associated action with a .VEE extension is a "global" (there can
be only one), so if you want to return the default to VEE 3.2, you will
need to change the association back.  You can do this as follows:

% Run Windows Explorer.
% Select View->Options.
% Select File Types tabfolder.
% Find the entry for "HP VEE Program".
% Hit the "Edit" button.
% Select the "open" function and change the associated path.

Please stay in touch.

[<>] regards -- gvg

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