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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 119164] File extension association doesn't work after I install other ODF editor and then upgrade to AOO 3.4
Date Thu, 05 Apr 2012 01:40:10 GMT
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=119164

--- Comment #5 from zhao xia <doudou1976@hotmail.com> 2012-04-05 01:40:10 UTC ---
I am working on r1303653 English full install and then install Simplified
Chinese language package and French language package. As I described in issue,
I install OOo 3.3.0 first, this time the file extension association will be
OOo, means files with ODF file format will be opened by OOo 3.3 if I double
click them. Then I install Symphony, now, the ODF file will be opened by
Symphony by default. And then I upgrade to AOO 3.4 r1303653, here the ODF file
association should back to AOO, means the files with ODF file extension should
be opened by AOO if I double click them.

This issue nothing with language package, I uninstall these language packages
and check, same problem.

(In reply to comment #3)
> @Regina, The r1303653 for Win32 is a full install, not an OOo-dev install.  It
> is expected to replace the OpenOffice.org 3.3 and leave the Symphony install
> intact.  (We just don't have a better Version option in the Bugzilla.  It would
> be good to prune that list down to what it is we can accept incident reports
> about.)
> 
> @Zhao Xia:  What do you mean by "file extension doesn't work well"?  Also, can
> you be more specific about which r1303653 you installed.  Can you give examples
> of the association you were expecting and the association you got in some
> concrete case?
> 
> What file extension options did you choose, if any, on installing
> OpenOffice.org 3.3.0?
> 
> What file extension options did you choose, if any, on installing IBM Lotus
> Symphony (3.0.1?)?
> 
> On Windows XP SP3, there is only one automatic/default association of the same
> file extension with a program for opening files having that association.  It is
> possible to instruct Windows to add other programs to the context-menu (right
> click) "Open With ..." dialog.  But for launch on double-click there is always
> at most one default that will launch automatically.

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