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The Windows installer writes incorrect values to the registry, preventing a DB SQlite file from opening.
The "HKCR\SQLiteStudio.db\shell\Open\Command" value uses a slash (and not a backslash) in the exe path: Executable file not found.
This same value uses single quotes ' instead of a double quotes " around the variable %1: DB file not loaded.
These errors are present in the other registry entries of SQLiteStudio.
Strangely, the slash does not interfere with the "HKCR\SQLiteStudio.db\DefaultIcon" value (Meh, Windows...)
Windows 7, Windows 10
Also, if the path to SQLiteStudio.exe has spaces in, that needs to be quoted too. So instead of