May 27 2022 07:37 PM
May 27 2022 07:37 PM
Depuis quelque temps mes liens dans une table ne veulent pas ouvrir et j'ai un message : vous aurez besoin d'une nouvelle application pour ouvrir ce lien About quels sont les solutions afin de rétablir ces liens?
May 28 2022 06:17 AM
What links are you referring to? We are not able to see the table or the links in it because we can't see your computer.
It sounds like these links, whatever they are, have gone stale somehow? Perhaps they are supposed to open an application that you no longer have installed?
May 28 2022 12:23 PM
May 28 2022 01:34 PM
I have a database to manage all data for a genealogical site.
The table Famille contains Info for people in the search from my family.
There are fields as: birth date, name, first name and a field how contain a link to open a family file write in HTML
I had over 40 000 lines and since 10 years it was working fine, soudently few days ago I am not able to open the file linked, instead I have a message : (You will need a new application to open the link about) in the Microsoft Store and this window is not active my only choice is to click outside wich close the window normaly the linked file is open by any Web Browser and none of them presently work. The same linked file in my Hard Disk open by double clicking without any problem
May 29 2022 10:47 AM
The bug in 365 v2205 disables hyperlink subaddresses but standard hyperlinks including those to local .html files still work perfectly for me. For example, one of my apps is used to maintain the pages in my websites:
The .html files can either be opened in the default browser or in an Access web browser control. Both methods still work fine in v2205
I'm just wondering whether you may be affected by the 'mark of the web'. Recently, security has been tightened on this area.
So that I can open local html files without error, I always add the second line (shown in green) in this screenshot to all .html files:
As an experiment, try adding exactly the same to one of your local .html files and see if it fixes the issue you are having. The line is
<!doctype html> <!-- saved from url=(0014)about:internet --> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <head>
Hope that helps
Jun 01 2022 08:43 AM - edited Jun 01 2022 08:44 AMSolution
Yes - the hyperlink subaddress bug was fixed remotely by MS on Monday