Can you change CTRL-ENTER function?

  montyburns 15:08 01 Dec 03

If it possible to change the CTRL-ENTER function in IE5?

At the mo, if you type "anything" in the address bar and then hit CTRL-ENTER, it automatically changes this to click here .....

Is there any way to Anglicise it so you get click here instead?!


  spikeychris 16:41 01 Dec 03

Yeah open the reg and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Internet Explorer/Main/Url Template



click here

  montyburns 16:54 01 Dec 03

Thanks but I've tried this before and it doesn't work!

I end up with a list of possibilities (.com and and others) but with no way to choose which to use when I press CTRL-ENTER.

So I try to be clever and dump them all except, and still for some reason, when I use CTRL-ENTER, it comes up with .com! So it's obviously being controlled from elsewhere. But where?!

  spikeychris 17:01 01 Dec 03

True true. Just tried the same myself and getting the same results........

  spikeychris 17:37 01 Dec 03

As you have said theres a key somewhere else, cant find it though..........

  montyburns 19:23 01 Dec 03

I'm still looking!!!...........

  spikeychris 20:23 01 Dec 03


  spikeychris 20:45 01 Dec 03

work this one out

Typed this into wordpad and saved as autoscan.reg. Checked the entries and it looks PERFECT....

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\UrlTemplate]

"1"="click here"

"2"="click here"



So it works then...........NOPE?????

  R4 20:53 01 Dec 03

Tried it just now and got a MSN search on anything

  montyburns 23:39 01 Dec 03

I don't think it's possible. Great to have the "auto .com" if most sites you look up are American but if they are mostly UK sites (or anything else come to that) you're stuffed!!

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