It still works online. For some reason Chrome is not on the 'open with' list either, which is strange seeing as it is defo an application.
Any suggestions will be appreciated
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Edited by humble2k14, 29 March 2014 - 03:05 AM.
The problem seems to have sorted itself out now.
Chrome is still not on the list of applications to ''open with'' which I find very odd, but its internal pdf reader is working now.
Bah! Problems that go away by themselves ....
Your assistance was much appreciated.
Check this link: How to Set an Association to Google Chrome.
Keep us posted!
Thanks dude! Is that for Windows 7?
In XP it's in the drop-down Windows menu, Tools - Folder Options - File Type.
Chrome isn't listed, but by browsing you can select it but it doesn't register. At all. :/
Have a try!
Thanks for your help.
Yes, the original "set an association" provided link is for Windows 7; Check this (read entire article!): How to Set Google Chrome as PDF Viewer in Windows.
Edited by humble2k14, 01 April 2014 - 09:51 AM.
Nono, I know what you're on about, Humble, dude.
From the 'open with' window I browse to Google/Chrome/Application and click on Chrome.exe.
The Browse window closes but Chrome is not on the list. When I click Okay the setting remains unchanged.
It's as if my pc doesn't recognise Chrome as an application :/
I update chrome whenever necessary. If I uninstall and reinstall how do I save my bookmarks etc?
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