You might remember this post:
Took your advice - removed TB6 and reinstalled it in "C:\TrueBASIC GOLD v6"
When I ran it, it ran under TB5 - had not thought it necessary to remove the directory.
Renamed the directory to X-TB5 and ran the under-construction from within C:\TrueBASIC GOLD v6 - worked fine EXCEPT I had to go back and fix the TBLIBS references in the program.
Double-clicking from the location of the new program would not work - for some reason it thought it was an adobe file (this took a bit to figure out and fix).
Under properties, I browsed to and selected TBEDITOR. It would NOT select. I can select and open it with either 531tbsystem or tbsystem but it refuses to recognize TBEDITOR so there's no editing.
I have reformatted my laptop hard drive and installed TB6.004. So, I am working with a virgin copy of XP SP3. I have been editing a copy of my current program which I initially loaded from my zip drive. I had also copied it to my hard drive after exiting and was surprised to learn that TB - if it doesn't find the last file worked - exits immediately. I'm sure that's a selection I can make in the program.
Anyway, I just stuck my zip drive into my laptop to pick up another program I wanted to work on - and guess what? It thinks all these *.tru files are Adobe Reader files. That is, after I've opened "properties" and navigated to tbeditor in C:\Truebas ...
I'm beginning to think this is a genuine bug.