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Default Replace HTCAlbum with Resco Photo Manager?┐

I like that when you click on the Manila Images tab open the picture with Resco Photo Manager... Is it possible??

I have renamed PhotoMan.exe and replaced HTCAlbum.exe but when i click open the PhotoMan.exe but dont load the pic...

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dsimple,just associate all format with the photomanager.
 
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dsimple,just associate all format with the photomanager.
It doesn┤t work when you open a pic from manila tab...
 
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HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Shell\Rai

There you can change every default program. As for opening pictures from Manila, you will have to modify Manila itself.
 
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After installing Resco Photo Manager in device's memory (not in storage card), copy and replace the files inside the folder, in the \windows directory.

After that, when you select HTC Album (even from camera menu), Resco Photo Manager, will open.
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After installing Resco Photo Manager in device's memory (not in storage card), copy and replace the files inside the folder, in the \windows directory.

After that, when you select HTC Album (even from camera menu), Resco Photo Manager, will open.
Thanks a lot... when i click on Manila Tab pic it opens Resco Photo Manager but it doesn┤t load the pic... can u understand me??

Sorry, Im from Spain i can speak a little english...
 
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Thanks a lot... when i click on Manila Tab pic it opens Resco Photo Manager but it doesn┤t load the pic... can u understand me??

Sorry, Im from Spain i can speak a little english...

If the picture is .png then I have the same problem, too (I think it's Resco's bug), otherwise check your settings in Resco.
 


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If the picture is .png then I have the same problem, too (I think it's Resco's bug), otherwise check your settings in Resco.
its the same with all formats... when i click a pic in manila tab it opens resco but does not load the pic...

It maybe is coded in manila files...

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