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3 Setting Microsoft Internet Explorer Options.. Windows 10 Professional Edition tvnovellas.info%%. 0xf Windows couldn't connect to the Internet to. For the first time in 10 years, I like the features of Edge. This is type of It's really troubling James M's response notes he couldn't “logon” to the test site. Perhaps Changed Assigned To from “Ed M.” to “Curtis M.” Jim S. Mar. Note that IE 10 and up DO NOT support conditional comments at all. .. had a few layouts recently we just couldn't get to work universally.
Whether you're just rendering document content, or you're interacting with rich interactive content, HTML happens to be one of the most common document formats to display or interact with and it makes a wonderful addition to conventional forms based UI. Even in desktop applications, is often way easier than using labels or edit boxes or even some of the WPF text containers. HTML is easy to generate, generally re-usable, and easily extensible and distributable. The Web Browser Control allows for an effective way to display HTML in your applications in a way that blends in and becomes part of your application. This is because the original versions of the ActiveX control used this mode and for backwards compatibility the Control continues this outdated and very HTML5 unfriendly default.
Even MS Office has become a convoluted mess of applications now. I used to feel like at least Office was a solid product, but I switched to Open Office last year and have been perfectly happy with it.
How many new OS versions has MS put out in the past 10 years? Yet XP is still the standard and XP sucks, just not quite as badly as everything else MS has put out over the past decade. While I do understand the software development cycle and knowing that with each version there are going to be many problems solved.
I am merely stating that with the current market share and amount of time Internet Explorer has spent in that market, that a better product would surly have emerged. Using hacks within your main stylesheet also allows you to skip conditional comments. My concern is primarily, what if IE 9 comes out and the hacks that were supposed to be targeting IE 6 or 7 specifically now all the sudden fuck stuff up in IE 9.
That would suck. That will never happen with conditional comments. I think in the same way to David Walsh. As always, nice article Chris. Regarding Government dropping support for IE6, we did that a year ago and many others are following suit. Well, I agree that using conditional comments is a good maybe the best way to avoid or deal with some IE6 and sometimes IE7 limitations or specificities. I strongly suggest to use a regular stylesheet that every browser including IE will use and add some IE specifics stylesheets that will overload some of the CSS selector and properties that could trouble IE in the regular stylesheet.
Save your hard work for those that appreciate it; the ones who are browsing the web with a modern browser.
Stop supporting IE. Even MS is saying that now. Everyone should ask their mother and grandmother what browser version they are using. There are no visual elements to the site at all.
No, he does bother. Instead you see a semi-bare, more readable version than you otherwise would. I probably spend more time than the average person on my stylesheets but its well worth the effort so that you only need one stylesheet and no fixes. It then becomes crystal clear in your code what each hack does. These are the hacks I use as well, they are my preferred method. It is so much easier to see them with the rest of the normal styles.
Are you essentially just say, make 3 copies of your. Or do you only have the page elements pagewrap, container, content, etc in this conditional. And then you have another. Or do you just have to put fixes to the 1 or 2 divs in your conditional. Great thanks! Really cluttered compared to what we could have done. Having said that I had an interesting scenario a while back where I needed a conditional comment to target all browsers including non-IE!
Stu Nicholls came to the rescue with a bizarre range of what I am guessing are hacks that do just this:. Maybe it was your oddly inverted wording which caused your trouble in the first place because you were looking at it wrong. All you needed was a single conditional stylesheet for IE6 with something like. Not sure if that would work because conditionals may or may not be able to contain comments, but there are other methods too.
There are other ways to address this sort of issue by targeting only IE6. So saying you really needed to target everything BUT IE6 is bass ackwards and serves only to confuse the issue. You needed to target IE6, nothing special about it. I guess I just got carried away with the excitement of doing things backwards…. I read this article after reading numerous articles about the Google-China-IE-exploit-hole-blah-blah-blah. I am glad that my small business market has no desire to worry if their websites function in IE6.
Begone IE6 you dirty bastard! Chris, thanks…you just saved me many hours in the future. I can remember! I have been looking for this!
But I wonder how many browsers support the! IE rule? Why using hacks in the first place, just download en use Conditional CSS, http: Makes handling of the site and life a lot easier.
Most things are possible to do pixel exact, sometimes you just have to accept slight differences. It also depends a lot on how you design a layout and what your excpectations are. What a waste. I have to agree with soma on this.
You are a designer — it is a challenge! By using conditional stylesheets you are punishing your IE users with an extra additional HTTP requests for the conditional item.
Every request counts to have good performing web page. It does what it claims, and is good for getting older IEs to recognise some of the more advanced CSS selectors, but it is pretty hefty about 40k , and I have noticed a considerable lag in page load times whilst it does its stuff. Not worth it if you only have a few issues that can be fixed with a couple of extra lines of CSS. I once tried these codes but it doubled my work. Just make sure you put the one for all browsers first, of course, so it doesnt overwrite the other ones!
How did I find this out? Nice work on Your sites Chris. Here is sample page: I have problem with conditional stylesheet. You can see on http: Any solutions? I use a style sheet for IE only and one other for others. Today IE6 has dropped down to Most of its quirks I can handle, but the fact that it completely screws up when you have a png background really compromises my designs.
Who on earth uses IE6 anyway? I have one site which is giving me trouble with IE 8 and Firefox. It wont render a drop down menu as Google Chrome. Please help if you have any idea. Hey all can someone please help me with this. Please review you can see that the problem in IE6 is in the header as well as the main content. How can this be rectified. Great post! Hi Chris, nice post. Very informative post this. The following code correctly identifies Internet Explorer 5.
Ie 5, which shipped with Windows , has a version vector equal to 5. Pls note: The value of the expression is called a version vector by the way. May be IE is right! I think one need to be more specific when targeting ie. Instead one can try this:. In the ex below, only the major ver number is specified; therefore, the code evaluates as true for both Internet Explorer 5 and Internet Explorer 5. Thanks a ton for this wonderful hack for IE. At the moment this is in my IE style sheet, am I simply making a stupid mistake this is still very new to me:.
Thank you. This is a very useful resource. Just one comment though. My que Different CSS for each browser? Also, I was interested in knowing that if your responsive menu based only on css or needs jquery or js also….
However this article is very old should only be used as a guide only. Of course you can display an Upgrade your browser message using conditionals too. What if we want to use an style for IE9 and below. I want to give a soild color instead of gradient in IE9 and below. Share this: Twitter Facebook.
Everything IT requires and Developers love. This article has been updated from an older version originally Sept 24, I just wanted to expand it and make it more clear.
Jermayn Parker. Permalink to comment September 24, Permalink to comment January 20, Graham Bannister. Permalink to comment September 25, Hey Chris.. Find this article really useful.. Well done! Permalink to comment July 19, Hey thanks this is just what I needed! God I hate IE! Permalink to comment August 28, Permalink to comment October 15, Permalink to comment October 22, Permalink to comment December 2, Permalink to comment January 8, Any idea?
Does any of you have experience in doing this for app running under Windows service? For me it does not work. Here is how i see this: Im opening some modern page precisely an Office Sharepoint page. Those pages have limitation to IE 10 or later. If you open it with older browser, there is an error not bad rendering, the page does not open at all So i have my App with WebBrowser control and saw this error.
And when i do, i still get this error. So my conclusion is that this setting does not affect apps run from windows service. Any idea if this can be changed? Maciek - you either need to set the key on HKLM which is global or for the specific user account that's going to be running the application. Thanks the article helped a lot! I am SO grateful to have found this article - the behaviour itself much less the fix is not detailed anywhere in the Microsoft documentation I went through, and I was about to beat my head in trying to get jQuery loading in the web app being displayed in my app's WebBrowser control.
Thanks for the advice on setting the IE Version. Is there anyway to get it to report this as the Browser version. We use Google Maps and it shows the map but also shows a warning that we are using an old version of the Browser. JohnK - it should show the correct browser version if you use the registry hack. If you use the Edge mode header the user agent shows the original with some edge mode additions to the UA string. You can Inject the meta description on loading the website, previous to rendering.
That what you don't need neither to modify the page what usually is not up to you , neither to insert a registry key that is a intrusive operation in the user machine. Did not work for me. I have to specify these registry for powershell. Do we have to do something different for Powershell snapins? Vikas - Powershell. Powershell is console - it doesn't have direct access to the Windowing subsystem so if you have UI of some sort there must be something else running that.
Rick, thanks for your response. I am loading a snapin in Powershell and to use it I need to authenticate. It is this authentication dialog where the latest IE version has to be used. I open task manager and right click on "Authentication" and choose "Go to process" it always shows me powershell.
That is why I was creating those registries w. Might be something is overriding the value you are setting. This should work, but note that the meta Edge tag will override the underlying Reg setting, so if the page has that header in there and it's pegged to a specific IE version that might be the problem.
MS internal pages often use this to ensure backwards compatibility. I just checked at relevant locations but I did not find any registry that was already set. Also, I don't feel that the Edge tag is overriding these registries as I know of few other applications which authenticate the exact same way. But these are independent applications and not powershell snapins. I believe there is a typo in the naming of the HTTP response header.
See https: That what you don't need neither to modify the page what usually is not up to you , neither to insert a registry key that is a intrusive operation in the user machine ". I have a website which uses windows authentication and when i access it in IE browser it ask for user name and password in a prompt. But if i access the same url from Microsoft Web Browser active x control it is not asking for Username and password, it shows a blank page.
Santosh - that works for me. You may not be asked for permissions on a local domain - it may just automatically log you in. I have to display in the webcontrol object of a simply vb net application, a simply html page. What i see is different from what i have designed, so i tried to use the meta tag attribute. The registry hack soles the problem, but i am here asking why the meta tag is useless i my case.
Used below script to check the version. At this point you probably should just force IE 11 given that it's the browser that will be used on most machines Win7 forward via install or Windows Update. This article is really great, I've lost count of how many times I've been referencing it in the last 3 years! Can the browser compatibility mode be used also to affect how CHM files are viewed in Windows?
This would be great, since I've noticed that currently CHM files offer poor html support — e. Tristano - yes you can use it on CHM, but it's a global setting. You have to set it on hh. There's a post in that regard: Thank your prompt reply Rick — and forgive me for this late response, but my PC crashed and had to reinstall from scratch, and I've just managed to recover this link now that I'm back working on my project. I've read the article you've linked, very interesting and well written.
This is exactly what I feared, ie: So, I guess it would be a bad idea as this might compromise how some CHM Helps are displayed, especially those whose author has strived to beautify with custom CSS. Usually CHM authors expect hh. It's a pity that Microsoft didn't come up with a similar registry key for CHM files, which the help viewer could check before opening the CHM file.
I mean, this issue of the WebBrowser control has a long history, so MS could have thought of this, but apparently they didn't. From what I understood, currently MS has no plans to drop the old WebBrowser control in favour of an Edge-based modern control. I wonder why that is. I haven't had a chance to actually use them, but I've heard of a.
I find it really frustating that the WebBrowser control limitations have prevented the creation of some cross platform system for local HTML-based documentation.
The reasons that got me to this article are that in the past I've worked a lot with executable ebooks or "compiled websites", as they were often referred to. They were quite trendy in the late 90's, but then faded away; one of the main reasons being lack of cross plaformness, but also the WebControl IE7 limitation. Unfortunately, none of these eBook compilers have been updated to add the registry hack to emulate IE Some eBook compilers offer some custom scripting extensions allowing to tweak the registry, this allows creating workarounds to fix the web browser compatibilty issue I've managed to achieve it with 2 eBook compilers, but none of the solutions was too elegant in the end.
For a long time I've been tinkering with the idea of creating an eBook compiler that would produce cross-platform HTML documentation in a self-contained binary.
When Chromium came out I though it would finally be possible, but then I saw that you can't create a standalone binary using CEF — lots of dynamic libraries, and quite heavy too.
If West Wind Html Help Builder could create cross platform binary standalone documentation files, whose contents can't be hacked, it would be really superb.
Currently documentation is always a problem in cross platform applications, as there is no equivalent of Windows CHM Help system on other OSs especially when it comes to jumping to a specific Help entry. This is a huge gap that has yet to be filled — and probably because no one has pushed hard enough to do it.
Executable eBooks are the closest solution I've seen so far to replacing CHM help iles, except that all such compilers relied heavily on MS WebControl and no one looked on how to implement the same on Linux and Mac. I guess you must have given your own thoughts on this very issue, having developed West Wind Html Help Builder and Markdown Monster , and realizing how important documentation is, and that most of today eBook like standards are not really concerned with protecting the contents.
It would appear that this shortcut changed when the MSDN article was moved from the referenced location to an archived "previous-versions" location. I'll echo the many other comments - fantastic article. My language is Delphi , and the Registry Hack was exactly what I needed. Works fantastic in HKCU.
Like you, I use inno setup, so your example saved me a little time there. Perhaps most importantly, you deserve recognition, not only for a great article, but for how well you support and respond to all the comments that have been made over the years.
Hats off to you. Hi Rick First of all can I add my thanks for this webpage- now 7 years old but still the best reference for this issue. I have been successfully using code in Access for users to get their current geolocation. It works as follows: All worked fine until the latest Windows update to version Since then IE reports that 'the geolocation service failed' If I load the same file into Edge, the correct location is still obtained.
The same issue can be seen by loading the w3schools geolocation feature which uses similar code to mine in different browsers. See W3SchoolsGeolocation web page: I'm unclear whether this is a bug or if the IE geolocation service been deliberately disabled e. If its a bug, what's the best way to report it to MS? I was looking into this issue and I found that there is a new browser control using edge https: I have integrated webbrowser control in outlook - custom task pane where html form gets display.
After the registry setting, when i try to run that software that hosts the web browser control, it shuts down immediately. Any help is much appreciated in this case. Well done Rick, thank you! It was just for a personal project automating collection of my smart-meter daily half-hour usage data, for which my electricity provider has so far failed to produce a simple downloadable.
However, a text listing for each daily set of data is available about clicks-down following login Oh great Your article, 15 minutes, including a built-in reg check at program start-up in case I ever migrate the program to another machine and forget what to do - Problem Solved!!!
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Thank You, Vish. Rick Strahl May 24, But that begs the question. Mark June 19, It is a little hard to understand why the WebBrowser control does not default to using the highest version of IE installed but I suspect people much brighter than I have a defensible reason. Kind Regards Mark. Rick Strahl June 20, I recently switched an app over to IE9 operation and that broke a ton of functionality which I had to work around with client side script code called from the host application.
It took a lot of experimenting to get this right because it now has to work with both old and new versions of IE testing is a lot of fun for this. By specifying the version in the registry you tie an application to a specific version although you still have to deal with downlevel support for older browser installs - yuk. Incidentally this version switching scheme is an excellent way to let you test operation under various versions of IE: Andrew Duthie June 23, This was just what I needed.
Putting together something for a demo, and your post just saved me a ton of work. Richard September 14, There should at least be a property we can set to enable this, without having to elevate and hack the HKLM hive of the registry! As for having multiple settings for the same exe name, what if two vendors produce applications with the same executable name?
Vendor A wants their "helper. With the current system, there's no way to have both applications working on the same PC at the same time. Role September 15, Rick Strahl September 16, Anything in the HTML document is too late to switch engines. Then there's the issue of what's actually installed on the the machine. Obviously you can't render IE 9 style if IE 9 isn't installed ;-. That's good to know. Incidentally I've had a heck of a time trying to automate the new Range API even knowing that it's different.
It breaks inconsistently and causes all sorts of headaches. Will give the old API a shot and see if that helps. Richard September 19, You can even use the developer tools to switch the browser and document modes on the fly. All I'm saying is, we should be able to have this level of functionality within our own applications, without having to hack the registry. As it stands, Chromium is looking like the better option. Rick Strahl September 19, But it is what it is - AFAIK this is the only way to get later than IE 7 behavior in the Web Browser control and while it's an ugly, ugly hack to have to resort to the registry its something that can be easily enough handled by an installer.
If there's another way I'd love to know about it. I would love to make this user selectable with a switch so they can determine what they see!
Especially given IE 9's mungled ClearType only rendering that can't be turned off and which drives me nuts and is the main reason I don't use IE 9. Bernard Bout October 21, I added an entry in the registry: If I add the meta tag: Anil October 22, Its worked by adding my application name vfp9. Any specific reason? Rick Strahl October 22, There's some overhead in the ActiveX container as it has to fire events into the container - if FoxPro code runs in response to anything in the DOM it'll likely slow the browser down quite a bit.
Why would there be errors in IE9 or IE7? It sounds like IE is actually rendering in the right version, but the pages you're accessing are maybe generating errors?
Make sure you set both 32 bit and 64 bit keys if you're running on Windows 7 so settings apply to both versions of IE if you install the 64 bit version often the 32 bit version runs anyway especially via COM automation.
Also remember that VFP9. For your own app you have to add another key for the actual EXE name in the registry. It's easy to check whether IE9 or classic rendering is used - go to a page that use CSS 3 features like the one I showed above: Anil October 23, LambertWM November 13, I also appreciate your remark about not forgetting the to add a key for "yourapp.
SebH December 29, But what about if using a dll instead of a. What value should have then key? Rick Strahl December 29, SebH December 30, So there's no way for me: I'm using a.
IE6 websnapshots from Tonec If one day i find how to, i'll post the answer there ;. AshB January 10, Your post has saved me a lot of pain. Here's why: My html form that renders within my web browser control relies on the following button tag: Phillip February 02, I can't tell you how many hours and days i have researched and tried all sorts of things to get the webbrowser ctrl out of ie7 mode.
Serveral posts I've seen hinted to it, but I couldn't find the answer anywhere. You totally blew me away when i found this post. I use the webbrowser for Editing and display extensively in my app for users to create markup which gets inserted in emails or web page content.
The ie7 code with all caps tags, invalidated xhtml. Again, Thanks a ton Rick for posting this, and writing it so clearly too! Your posts are golden. That solved the createRange issue. For example: This is important for me, since it allows users to specify the default value of an input element in wysiwyg mode. It appears that the rightmose side of the document's content always goes underneath the Vertical scrollbar.
This happens no matter how wide your control or content is. It seems to be a bug in the control. It's not recognizing the bounds of the vertical scrollbar.
This does not happen in ie7 mode. The right-most side of the block element will always display underneath the vertical scroll bar, no matter what you do. If anyone is able to resolve this, please reply. TIA if anyone can shed light on this probable bug. If I resize a block element Div, Input, etc by dragging the handles of one dimension width or height , it "always" increases the other dimension also.
I can't figure why. It does not matter if I have the registry hack for vfp9. Simply the Doctype seems to be causing this. If I remove the Doctype declaration it doesn't have this issue but of course reverts back to ugly html.
I guess the WB control is problematic for editing when specifying a Doctype, regardless if the hack is set for ie9 or not. Anyone else expreriencing this. Bryan February 15, Because of you, I was able to solve a client problem within 15 minutes and the customer was happy. Rick - you da man! Thank you for posting this! David February 19, I have a 64 bit Windows 7 machine that does not have the "WowNode" key, so I used the 32bit path and it worked like a charm.
Could there be something else that is causing you to use the "WowNode" key? Possibly an enterprise version of Windows? I haven't tried it, and can't find the page again in msdn. Rick Strahl February 19, The wowNode key is where the registry is redirected to by 32 bit applications so it has to be there on a 64 bit machine that has any 32 bit apps running and it will - even Windows natively has many 32 bit apps.
I tried the meta header, but that only affects the rendering style once the browser is loaded. For me that alone didn't work. Ken March 21, Question is it possible to force a 64 bit wpf app to only use the 32 bit browser with a similar reg edit? My issue is pdf's - they open correctly in a 32 bit wpf app but when running 64 they need to open a new IE browser.
Thanks again. Asdf April 20, WinXP 32bit , IE8. I'm also using Delphi btw. Maybe there is an Exec command for this, or a special message? Any ideas? Rick Strahl May 16, I suppose it is possible since the IE Tools let you switch the engine on the fly but I have no idea how that can be done.
As far as I can tell the values are read only when the engine is created in an app for the first time. It works and save a lot of time for me. Thx a lot. Jeff Rhodes July 27, I was tripped up by the fact that the key did not seem to be working because I was running in Visual Studio. Your site has been helpful to me multiple times. Keep up the good work! Gilmore August 21, It works fine in a regular browser but not the activex. The problem is that the activex is not in my application, so I can't change the Registry values.
Rick Strahl August 21, That's the only way I've found that to work. Jim Tollan September 04, Ok, back to the subject. I've in the past gone with adding: Rick Strahl September 04, You can also explicitly reference the document and set the scroll style to none from code. Only tested on one machine. I've been searching for this for years and finally found it here. God bless you, Rick, God bless you! JD November 10, I've been searching for this for months!! Been working on a project to parse email from Yahoo Very helpful with automation!!!
John Kortis November 22, Quetsion though, Crystal Reports renders larger in the COntrol than in the browser, even with the settings What sense does it make to add the "application name" for the exe, when there could be multiple different applications with the same EXE name.
Why not just put the EXE's full path in the registry? I don't know, maybe that makes too much sense? This override has the potential to really stuff up other vendors apps when setting for your own exe. Rick Strahl December 11, Rich December 14, Just one question: If not, what's the difference? Rick Strahl December 14, Icey December 20, But in my application, it seems not work at all. My Environment: VS C ,. NET 4, local IE8. Below is my code.
In my app, java script errors dialog always be popupped, even the register key is set. Collections; using System. Generic; using System. Diagnostics; using System. Drawing; using System. IO; using System. InteropServices; using System. Text; using System. RegularExpressions; using System. Threading; using System. Forms; using Microsoft.
SetValue Path. GetFileName Application. ExecutablePath , 0, RegistryValueKind. DWord ; key. Navigate "http: Rick Strahl December 20, For one thing most applications won't have rights to write the registry key and that's most likely what's happening.
If you're going to muck with this - do it during the application installation, or else you have to ensure you run with elevated rights ie. Run As Administrator. The code is just a sample to test. I tryed adding the register key out of my application, in another word, I added the register key by REGEDIT application, and then ran my app, my app still had problem. The account is Administrator account.
Rick Strahl December 21, Just make sure you write the right keys and in the right place in the registry for 64 bit and 32 bit applications. On 64 bit systems you have to write it into both places as 32 bit applications will look in one place and the 64 bit ones in the other.
Vibhore Tanwer January 06, Any help why that could be happening? Rick Strahl January 06, You need to set both since on a 64 bit machine both are used. Vibhore Tanwer January 18, It fails on both Windows 7 bit and Windows 8 bit. Is there anything else that I am missing? Dmitri February 14, Has anyone been able to get it to work on Win8?
Rick Strahl February 15, Both 32 bit and 64 bit compiled versions of my EXE work and show rounded borders and shadows. Also make sure the name matches exactly in the registry and you're using the right kind of value DWORD.
Dmitri February 15, I tried different combinations of x86 and 64 bit still no luck. I made sure to run the right exe. I actually develop on a win7 comp and then copy to a win8 machine. Dave March 15, This solution is not working. Browser keeps saying IE7. Very frustrating. The application is specifically for a kiosk, so I suppose I could always install 32bit.
Anyone manage to figure this out? Paco April 05, Thanks to you, I got it to work on Win 8 with IE No luck on Win 7 with IE9. I have a Windows Form application using a webbrowser control to automate navigation through a web site.
At one point, I must click on calendar control that causes navigation to another page. In a free standing browser IE9 or IE10 clicking a day on the calendar causes immediate navigation to the desired page with virtually no delay, but in the webbrowser control, clicking a day causes a call to the server and postback with substantial delay before switching pages. The html for the calendar days uses j-stuff that I really don't understand, and don't know how to trigger. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Paco April 06, The short version of my previous comment is this.. Even with IE 10 in my webbrowser control, handling of jscripts or jquerys is different than in a free standing browser.
Can you shed any light on this? Tom Py April 19, I just started getting script errors this year in an app I wrote years ago that actually stopped loading data from site when it got the error.
With this fix, which I did not see anywhere else through Google, my app loads the flash data properly. I'm using ie10 in windows 7 and f hex worked for me.
Rainer Euhus May 17, Solved a problem with a 'position: Jon Alonso June 17, I found it more than useful. I was struggling with the CSS differences between my IE8 and the embedded browser, but changing the latter to IE8 mode just solved the problem.
Drew White July 27, Plasbot August 28, I was agonizing over a problem and finally gave up with webbrowser, and was looking for an alternative on stackoverflow when I stumbled across a comment about "feature mode emulation", and suddenly I realized that was my problem. I was simply trying to make a webbrowser login to tumblr. I couldn't even get it to work typing it and clicking myself. Thought the problem was something to do with: Per September 02, I was making a new Windows Forms app which make use of WebBrowser control.
But if I programmatically check if key exists, it says both are there? Even if I force to write to both places it still, when you look manually, appears only at WowNode but when check with the program it says it exists in both places?? Found answer, when executable is compiled targeting x64 it writes to both registry keys, but when it is compiled to 'any' or x86, it only writes to the WowNode key.
Sandra September 12,