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Passing HTML tag to Run command line

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Hi,

In HTML to open a new window we use the target="_blank" tag. Does
anybody knows if it's at all possible that we can do something like
this from the "Run" command on the Start menu in Windows? I'm incline
to think that it's not possible as the Run command is not an HTML
parser per se, and cannot simply understand HTML syntax.

Thanks,

CS
Jul 20 '05 #1
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/Corrupt Sektor/:
In HTML to open a new window we use the target="_blank" tag. Does
anybody knows if it's at all possible that we can do something like
this from the "Run" command on the Start menu in Windows? I'm incline
to think that it's not possible as the Run command is not an HTML
parser per se, and cannot simply understand HTML syntax.


Although your question is pretty off-topic you may try to clear the
"Reuse windows for launching shortcuts" option found in the Internet
Options: Advanced section (either opened through Internet Explorer:
Tools -> Internet Options or through the Cotnrol Panel -> Internet
Options), too see if you would get what you want.

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Stanimir
Jul 20 '05 #2

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"Corrupt Sektor" <cs*********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Hi,

In HTML to open a new window we use the target="_blank" tag. Does
anybody knows if it's at all possible that we can do something like
this from the "Run" command on the Start menu in Windows? I'm incline
to think that it's not possible as the Run command is not an HTML
parser per se, and cannot simply understand HTML syntax.


Exactly. HTML tags are one thing, the Windows operating system commands are
another. The Web is one thing, Windows is another. They are completely
unrelated.

Jul 20 '05 #3

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