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I've created my application with Microsoft Visual C++ 4.2, the problem is that if I call the application directly from the program manager by a click on the tipical file type (for example image.bmp) the application has a bad error. If I use drag and drop it goes ok! How can I solve that problem?
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Could you explain what kind of error?
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> If I use drag and drop it goes ok

Do you mean you create a shortcut to the file and it opens ok from the shortcut?

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You need to debug your application.

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