Why can't I run a HTML file in the browser locally anymore?



  • Hello, I used to be able to open a web project in Notepad++ and view my changes in the browser via Run >> Launch in Chrome. But everytime I do this, and it doesnt matter what HTML file I try, it gives me a page saying, “Your file was not found” “It may have been moved or deleted.” I dont move my files though, they sit in their same root directories as they always have and I have never had this issue before, it just started this morning. I am using a Dell Laptop as well.



  • Hello @Garrett-Schultz,

    can you check your shortcut.xml file and see it the related
    entry hasn’t been corrupted.

    <UserDefinedCommands>
        <Command name="Launch in Firefox" Ctrl="yes" Alt="yes" Shift="yes" Key="88">firefox &quot;$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)&quot;</Command>
        <Command name="Launch in IE" Ctrl="yes" Alt="yes" Shift="yes" Key="73">iexplore &quot;$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)&quot;</Command>
        <Command name="Launch in Chrome" Ctrl="yes" Alt="yes" Shift="yes" Key="82">chrome &quot;$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)&quot;</Command>
        <Command name="Launch in Safari" Ctrl="yes" Alt="yes" Shift="yes" Key="70">safari &quot;$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)&quot;</Command>
        <Command name="Get php help" Ctrl="no" Alt="yes" Shift="no" Key="112">http://www.php.net/$(CURRENT_WORD)</Command>
        <Command name="Google Search" Ctrl="no" Alt="yes" Shift="no" Key="113">https://www.google.com/search?q=$(CURRENT_WORD)</Command>
        <Command name="Wikipedia Search" Ctrl="no" Alt="yes" Shift="no" Key="114">https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Search?search=$(CURRENT_WORD)</Command>
        <Command name="Open file" Ctrl="no" Alt="yes" Shift="no" Key="116">$(NPP_DIRECTORY)\notepad++.exe $(CURRENT_WORD)</Command>
        <Command name="Open in another instance" Ctrl="no" Alt="yes" Shift="no" Key="117">$(NPP_DIRECTORY)\notepad++.exe $(CURRENT_WORD) -nosession -multiInst</Command>
        <Command name="Send via Outlook" Ctrl="yes" Alt="yes" Shift="yes" Key="79">outlook /a &quot;$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)&quot;</Command>
    </UserDefinedCommands>
    

    Cheers
    Claudia


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