PLEASE honor the 'Default Browser' from the Help file...

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PLEASE honor the 'Default Browser' from the Help file...

Postby tanstaafl » Wed Jul 25, 2007 11:44 am

I find this extremely irritating... when I click any of the URL links in any of the Help files, it *always* wants to open that link in Internet Explorer (which I *loathe*)...

This is extremely rude *and* annoying...
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Postby mike » Wed Jul 25, 2007 4:09 pm

Hi Frank, I appreciate your irritation.

The HTML Help format we use for all our help files uses Microsoft Internet Explorer for HTML code rendering. We chose the HTML Help format as this is the most widely used help file type, and requires no additional downloads or installations to view the help pages.

I hope you recognize our intention is not to be rude, but rather to make our help file as usable and accessible as possible.

You do however have the option to download the PDF version of the SyncBackSE help file which I hope will open links in Firefox (depending on whether you have defined this as your default browser).

http://www.2brightsparks.com/syncback/S ... SE-PDF.zip

You'll be pleased to hear there's also a PDF help file for all our OnClick Utilities.

Kind Regards,

Mike de Sousa
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www.2brightsparks.com

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Postby tanstaafl » Wed Jul 25, 2007 4:16 pm

Hi Mike,

Ok, sorry for venting... I sent that before I had my coffee... ;)

At least now I know why it is doing it...

I have IE blocked by my firewall, so thats why I was so irritated... :)

Also, I didn't realize the help was available as a PDF - thanks for the pointer.
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