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TOPIC: Rainlendar does not open on windows startup
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Rainlendar does not open on windows startup 1 Year, 7 Months ago  
Hi friends.
I am experiencing an odd behavior of the Railendar2 since I installed the latest stable build 2.11.1 b129.
The program does not start on windows startup.
I tried to do this:
- uncheck the "Enable on startup" check box from OPTION and save;
- check again the "Enable on startup" check box from OPTION and save;
but it does not fix the trouble.
I tried, also, to put in the STARTUP folder a shortcut of Rainlendar2, but the Rainlendar2 does not start.
In the system register the item “Rainlendar2” is present at key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

My OS is Windows 7 pro sp1 32bit.

Thank you for your kind help.
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Last Edit: 2013/03/24 20:47 By kana48.
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#19041
Re: Rainlendar does not open on windows startup 1 Year, 7 Months ago  
Does this happen only with Rainlendar? If you e.g. put link to Notepad to the startup folder does it open correctly?
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#19048
Re: Rainlendar does not open on windows startup 1 Year, 7 Months ago  
Yes, the Notepad opens correctly, but, very odd, the Rainlendar2 open at startup as second istance too!!!! I do not know why. Then I delete the Notepad and Railendar2 links from Startup folder and now the Rainlendar2 seems to open correctly too. Windows stays always a big mistery for me.
Thank you for your suggestion.
Have a nice day.
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