||Appears for example in the \scrfile
subkey which contains screensaver data. The \command
subkey contains a Default value
of "%1", which indicates that the
selected file is the one to execute.
on the \cplfile subkey.
Corresponds to \open for .cpl
||Appears for example in the \batfile,
\regfile and \txtfile
subkeys. Enables opening those files in notepad.
Indicate the program to execute for each file
for example in the \Folder, \Inbox
and \Microsoft Network subkeys.
Enables opening the selected object in an Explorer
||Appears for example in the \My
Computer, \Network Neighborhood,
\Directory and \Drive subkeys.
The \command subkey runs Explorer.exe
and the \ddeexec subkey defines
the routine included with Explorer.exe.
for example in the \inffile and \scrfile
subkeys. Corresponds to the Install
context menu option.
||Opens the file with the specified
for example in the \Unknown
subkey. When you try to open a file whose type
has not been associated to an application, Windows
opens the Open as dialog box
where, you can select the default program for
that file type.
||Appears for example in the \AudioCD
and \AVIFile subkeys. The \command
specifies CDPlayer.exe, MMPlayer.exe,
etc. Remove the /close option at
the end of the command line if you want to keep
the program open after listening to or viewing
the file in the program specified, prints it and
closes the program.
||When you drag and drop a file's icon
on the printer icon, the printing job is handled
by the \printto subkey if it
exists, otherwise by the \print