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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008888||MediaMonkey (current)||Install/Config||public||2011-12-21 23:02||2012-01-03 23:31|
|Target Version||4.0.3||Fixed in Version||4.0.3|
|Summary||0008888: File Associations on install|
|Description||1) When installing MediaMonkey during the installer MediaMonkey associates itself with any file types with no default program (good as for most users this is desirable, bad as some power users might not want to have any associations).|
2a) If user Cancels first run config wizard no file associations are set (good), even opening and canceling options or restarting MediaMonkey will still not set file associations (good), but the options does show MediaMonkey as being associated with many file types (bad and not true).
2b) If user opens options and OKs options MediaMonkey is now associated with many file types (bad as user didn't set any).
2c) If user cancels Config Wizard all file associations (and other OS Integrations) should remain disable in the options so user doesn't inadvertently override current file associations (negative user experience). Depending on solution of issue 1 only associations with file types who have no association would remain after canceling the wizard.
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|Fixed in build||1463|