Filetype icon displays correct in 32bit, not in 64bit TC

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2013-11-22, 16:02 UTC

But what I can see now (it wasn't there before!) is that its type is now changed to '---_auto_file'. Before that it was empty as far as I can remember.
No, it was like this before, see your post above with the first registry script:
@="---_auto_file"
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\---_auto_file\DefaultIcon]
@="C:\\Windows\\Bar.ico,0"
But this refers to the icon in the Windows directory...
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Post by *Lefteous » 2013-11-23, 09:59 UTC

or just use the really good internal association system ;-)

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Post by *NordicAlbino » 2013-11-23, 10:23 UTC

Lefteous wrote:or just use the really good internal association system ;-)
OK! You're right! :wink:
But it was the first time that I have problems like this with it, so ... I thought it was a little problem with TCx64 ...

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