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Update on Regina Rexx "Press ENTER key" message problem

Update on Regina Rexx "Press ENTER key" message problem

Update on Regina Rexx "Press ENTER key" message problem

(OP)
Under Win64 (8.1) I couldn't find the EXPLORER options recommended in the past, so I altered the Default entry in the registry (usual caution about backups applies here) at :-
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Regina\shell\open\command
to remove the "-p" (for pause) from the parameters passed to regina.exe, which was a default setting during Regina installation. It worked. For those who prefer a .reg file, I exported that setting change, copied below :-
=========================================================================================
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Regina\shell\open\command]
@="\"C:\\Program Files\\rexx.org\\Regina\\regina.exe\" \"%1\" %*"

I still run a number of housekeeping and backup tasks using Regina under Linux and Windows, and I guess this might help others.

Roops

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