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Author thijsvandien
Recipients paul.moore, steve.dower, thijsvandien, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2015-09-15.11:59:29
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Right clicking a Python file shows "Edit with IDLE" in the context menu, then offering a next menu where one can choose which particular version of IDLE should be used. This works fine. Whenever a shortcut is created to a Python file, the same context menu is shown, but clicking for example "Edit with IDLE 3.5 (32-bit)" does not seem to do anything. This is probably related to a change in the command used to launch IDLE with the file to be edited.

Tested on a fresh install of Windows 7 SP1 X86 and AMD64, with Python 3.5.0 X86.
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