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How to start jBEAM by double clicking on a jBEAM project file

To start jBEAM by double clicking on a jBEAM project file, you have to add some keys to registry.

       <registrySet>
           <key>HKEY_CURRENT_USER/SOFTWARE/Classes/.jbs</key>
           <name></name>
           <type>REG_SZ</type>
           <value>jbs_auto_file</value>
           <key>HKEY_CURRENT_USER/SOFTWARE/Classes/jbs_auto_file/shell/open/command</key>
           <name></name>
           <type>REG_SZ</type>
           <value>"${installdir}\start_jBEAM.bat" "%1"</value>
           <key>HKEY_CURRENT_USER/SOFTWARE/Classes/jbs_auto_file/DefaultIcon</key>
           <name></name>
           <type>REG_SZ</type>
           <value>${installdir}/jBEAM.ico</value>
       </registrySet>

Please replace the variable ${installdir} by your jBEAM directory.
You can equally use this behavior for .jbt and .jbeam-files too.

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