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Dang Explorer :(


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SeMoak

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Help me im all outa ideas ;)
Heres the problem:

Today i was just chillin and goofing around with the filetyps icons under
Extras -> Options -> File Types
there i was changing icons of the files and also the FOLDERS and DRIVES icons.
after i aplied everything and looked at my wonderfull work :tazz: i clicked ona folder and what happend a find window opened.
so i go back and look at the settings for folders and drive and see that after changing the icons the default must have changed to find, and there was no option for just opening O_O
so i add a
function: Open
programm: c:/windows/Explorer.exe
and set it to default, but what happens, now everything opens in a new explorer window :mad:

also i checked that on the first tab second panel of the options window it says when exploring to open in same window.

i hope you can help me, its so anoying
oh and i hope you can understand what i did because my win XP is german and i had to trancelate the things i did...
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does nobody know how to solve this problem (well only 2 other people viewed this post so i just think i have to bump it)

im realy desperate please, it would be a christmas miracle :tazz:
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