Closed Bug 133909 Opened 18 years ago Closed 18 years ago
Setting "default browser" in installation goes too far
I guess this is an all-windows-bug. Problem: When installing Mozilla, the installer ask if it should set as a default browser. If you do so, it not only does that, but also makes itself default viewer for pictures. It does that even when the previously installed (and then uninstalled) version was configured to leave pictures alone. There seems to be no way to stop that, but to not make it the dafault browser and change the settings later by hand. Expected behavior: When asking to make Mozilla the default *browser*, it should do exactly that and not claim diffent file type (i.e., all images, possibly more) which are already taken by other programs without asking. pi
Assignee: dveditz → law
Component: Installer → File Handling
QA Contact: bugzilla → sairuh
Yes, I think you should check boxes separately like in the Preferences / Advanced / System , as it happens during the installation of Netscape 4.x
Check my recommended procedure for upgrading Mozilla on Win98 in bug 133476 Comment #7 as a workaround.
Wouldn't this be bug 131106 ?
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 131106 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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