Jody and Eric,
I should have paid even closer attention. But -- nevermind! MS Front
Page passes a copy -- from local settings\temp -- THAT'S WHY it
doesn't get listed.
Thanks again... paT
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jody <av1611@e...> wrote:
> Hi Pat,
> Thank you. I copied Eric so he might check it out sometime to
> see if he can "fix" it.
> >Thanks, jody. This test says it's something about microsoft
> >programs. For me it's front page 2002 ... when FP loads ntp to
> >show me the text file, it does not appear in the reopen list.
> >Just another oddity from Seattle.
> > At 3/4/2003, you wrote:
> >> Hi Pat and Ray,
> >> I tried different combinations an cannot replicate the file not
> >> being on the File | Reopen list. Pat, I see you use Eudora.
> >> Try sending yourself a file type associated with NoteTab and
> >> see what happens when you open it via Eudora. That is what I
> >> tried. Note that the reopen list is not updated until the file
> >> is closed or the program closes.
> >>>Not sure where to post this question.
> >> This list is OK for a few posts, but if it is going to be more
> >> than that, anybody, can please take it to the NoteTab Next-
> >> Release list. Please see my signature line to sign up for it
> >> or go to the following web page:
> >>> When another program launches notetab to read a text file and
> >>> I edit the file and use ntp to save it, why doesn't it show up
> >>> in the history list? Is there an option switch for this? Is
> >>> this a feature others would like to add?
> >>> eg: front page, directory list, double-click to open file.txt
> >>> front page opens ntp, i edit and save the file -- The file
> >>> doesn't have a temp file alias -- I'm saving it with its
> >>> "true" name... Next time i open ntp, that file isn't in the
> >>> "reopen" list.
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