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Topic # 179017 22-Aug-2015 23:00
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Is it just me or do the links in the email notifications don't go direct to the last unread post? I'm using Chrome on Windows 10.




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  Reply # 1372228 22-Aug-2015 23:06
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I have submitted this as a bug to Microsoft and posted in the Windows 10 discussion here without Nathan acknowledging it as such.

It only happens if Chrome is the default browser. And it's not only from the email client but if you open a Run dialog (Window key + R) and paste the URL you will see it's not passing the anchor link correctly to the browser.








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  Reply # 1372230 22-Aug-2015 23:13
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Okay cheers.

Yeah, I see the link is correct, but just not getting through to Chrome, like you said.




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  Reply # 1372245 23-Aug-2015 00:15
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Do you have a link to the bug report, I'd like to upvote it, it's Fing annoying. 

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  Reply # 1372247 23-Aug-2015 00:19
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Nah, it's in that terrible Windows 10 feedback tool. Seriously, I don't think Microsoft is listening anymore.






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  Reply # 1372924 24-Aug-2015 10:55
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I had to change my MAILTO default action in Windows 10 Control Panel (not settings) so I could click on links in emails that sent an email - bit this was via Outlook 2013 and not using a web email client.


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  Reply # 1372926 24-Aug-2015 10:58
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nzkiwiman: I had to change my MAILTO default action in Windows 10 Control Panel (not settings) so I could click on links in emails that sent an email - bit this was via Outlook 2013 and not using a web email client.



Not the same issue.

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  Reply # 1372927 24-Aug-2015 10:58
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After installing Windows 10 the default action for PDF changed - I use NitroPDF and had to manually update it back to that again. Lots of small things that you can manage and fix but the URL with anchors is something in the system itself...






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freitasm: After installing Windows 10 the default action for PDF changed - I use NitroPDF and had to manually update it back to that again. Lots of small things that you can manage and fix but the URL with anchors is something in the system itself...




Default actions is buggy in 10. I have lots of applications where the setting to be default won't STICK. Videos and Audio files mostly. 

I've almost reach my saturation point of issues (my work machine is BSODing now!) and am seriously considering rolling back!


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