Does not work for filenames with spaces.
Try "%1" "%2" "%3" etc., both in openfile.bat and in the command in the registry. Ask me to help test if necessary [--jglick].
Also: why "errorlevel 2"? I think you want "errorlevel 1".
without " (both in openfile.bat and registry)
Windows98: it works fine (I don`t know why :-))
WindowsNT: it doesn`t work
Windows 98 and NT: it works, but no so well.
I try to open c:/dir with space/examples/advanced/MemoryView.java.
Directory is mounted and file is opened, but information dialog with
"The file c:/dir with space/examples/advanced does not exist, or is not a plain file." appears.
Priority is changed to P4 (normal).
Resolved for 3.4.x or earlier, no new info since then -> closing.