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Re-Enable (later !) prompt "Do you want to close all tabs?" in IntExp 7?

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Old 11-08-2008
Paul Tander
 

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Re-Enable (later !) prompt "Do you want to close all tabs?" in IntExp 7?
When I close IntExp with multiple open tabs then a prompt appears asking me:

"Do you want to close all tabs?"

When I click the tiny icon in the lower left corner I can choose furthermore
to "Do not show me this dialog again".

Assume I have checked this option in the past and this prompt does not popup any more.

How can I later change the setting?
Which Registry key/value do I have to change in order to let the prompt re-appear
or - even better - to switch the option "Open these (tabs) the next time I use Int Exp"
from YES to NO?

Paul

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Old 11-08-2008
Mick Murphy
 

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RE: Re-Enable (later !) prompt "Do you want to close all tabs?" in Int
Open IE7>Tools>Internet options>Tabs>Settings>you have your choice via radio
buttons, ticks, or just restore Defaults.
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"Paul Tander" wrote:

> When I close IntExp with multiple open tabs then a prompt appears asking me:
>
> "Do you want to close all tabs?"
>
> When I click the tiny icon in the lower left corner I can choose furthermore
> to "Do not show me this dialog again".
>
> Assume I have checked this option in the past and this prompt does not popup any more.
>
> How can I later change the setting?
> Which Registry key/value do I have to change in order to let the prompt re-appear
> or - even better - to switch the option "Open these (tabs) the next time I use Int Exp"
> from YES to NO?
>
> Paul
>
>

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Old 11-08-2008
Vincenzo Di Russo [MVP]
 

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Re: Re-Enable (later !) prompt "Do you want to close all tabs?" in IntExp 7?
Paul Tander wrote:

> When I close IntExp with multiple open tabs then a prompt appears asking
> me:
>
> "Do you want to close all tabs?"
>
> When I click the tiny icon in the lower left corner I can choose
> furthermore
> to "Do not show me this dialog again".
>
> Assume I have checked this option in the past and this prompt does not
> popup any more.
>
> How can I later change the setting?
> Which Registry key/value do I have to change in order to let the prompt
> re-appear
> or - even better - to switch the option "Open these (tabs) the next time
> I use Int Exp" from YES to NO?
>
> Paul


Tools -> Internet Options -> Tabs -> Settings -> "Tabbed Browsing
Settings" -> check "Warn me when closing multiple tabs" -> OK.

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