Opening TestComplete from .pjs file Defaults to x64 version - x86 version wanted instead
When TestComplete 32bit(x86) existed ONLY, a .pjs file extension used this as a default when opening TestComplete.
With the introduction of 32bit(x86) and 64bit(x64) TestComplete versions, opening TestComplete from a .pjs file extension defaults to the 64bit version of TestComplete. I am still interested in the 32 bit use.
Currently, I have to open TestComplete x86 version first and then open the desired project.
It is not possible to reconfigure the .pjs to open to the 32bit TestComplete by Default from what Windows does
with for editting what .pjs file extension would use. It does not take the change.
Is this something that can be fixed in future releases of TestComplete ?
For those interested in how to change,
Work-around to change how a .pjs file extension opens TestComplete is:
Re: Opening TestComplete from .pjs file Defaults to x64 version - x86 version wanted instead
Basically, this is a windows registry thing. Not sure exactly where it is but it is "associated applications". Basically, the PJS file is associated in the registry with the x64 version. Change that registry, and you're all good.
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