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How to view source IE6 using other app

By jet1415 ·
Anyone know how to view source in IE6 using an application other than Notepad? By default when you click on view, source the source code comes up in Notepad. I would like to use UltraEdit32 for viewing the source code I have written and am testingin IE. You can not do this by modifying the file associations in Windows Explorer. I have already tried this. Thanks for any help.

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How to view source IE6 using other app

by joe In reply to How to view source IE6 us ...

Did you try in IE under Tools, Internet option and programs? Hope it helps

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by jet1415 In reply to How to view source IE6 us ...

Thanks but that does not work. I have UltraEdit setup as my HTML editor but source still comes up in Notepad. Thank you anyway.

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How to view source IE6 using other app

by dmiles In reply to How to view source IE6 us ...

Open IE

Click on Tools,select Internet Options from the drop down list

Click on the Programs tab

Select HTML editor and then specify which program you want to use
Load UltraEdit32 before selecting the edit program

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How to view source IE6 using other app

by jet1415 In reply to How to view source IE6 us ...

Already have UltraEdit setup as the HTML editor. Doesn't work but thanks anyway

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How to view source IE6 using other app

by acchong In reply to How to view source IE6 us ...

You can find the solution for your question from following URL: http://vim.sourceforge.net/tips/tip.php?tip_id=190

and

http://vim.sourceforge.net/tips/tip.php?tip_id=118

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by jet1415 In reply to How to view source IE6 us ...

Thanks. I added the registry keys for UltraEdit32 that these documents say. Unfortunately I still cannot click on view, source and use UltraEdit. But what I can do is click on the toolbar EDIT button in IE6 and by default UltraEdit32 is an option to Edit the source with. So since you pointed me in the right direction you can have the points. Thanks!!

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