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Windows 7: Activate HTML links from MS outlook in the BG

21 Apr 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Activate HTML links from MS outlook in the BG


This is a quote from a question a I asked in Maxthon2 forum:
Hi ,

There is a problem bugging me and I think that concerns Maxthon rather then MS outlook.
Whenever I click an HTML link in an email on MS outlook 20XX it automaticly jumps to maxthon and activates the tab.
How can I open these links in the backgroung ??

Since I couldn't find an option to put either IE8 or Maxthon2 always in the background I roll back to Outlook and I think that putting him always in front (while I decide to) can solve the problem aswell. Is there such an option ? (In Linux there is for every window )

Another thing is Gibbrish in Outlook 2010 the problem is that when I click to reply an email from MS Outlook 2010 the subject line in my reply message is written in gibbrish (unrecognised font , Picture added).
I've to say that the core hebrew fonts are installed in my OS.
My regional settings are added aswell.


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22 Apr 2010   #2

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