Thank you for your helpful e-mail!!! I went into the ini file and
took out a bunch of files that I don't work on much. I have this lazy
habit of leaving them open "for later". That did the trick! Now I will
close them when I am done!! :::smiles:::
Kerry Anderson, New Mexico
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jody" <kjv-av1611@...>
Sent: Sunday, January 11, 2004 3:39 PM
Subject: Win32 API, TClipbookList... Errors (was Re: [NH] Whew...NoteTab
saved me hours...)
> Hi Kerry,
> From NoteTab's PasteBack feature:
> Those errors are usually due to low resources. Sometimes they
> may be caused by certain file(s). It/they may open fine a few at
> a time, but when trying to load them all on startup is a
> different matter. If you get error messages like Win32 API,
> TClipbookList, NoteTab freezes, or seems to freeze up (which
> might be loading many MB) sometimes it can happen on startup
> because you had too many large documents to reload from when you
> last had NoteTab open. (Sometimes a reboot takes care of it if
> you have not done that yet, or closing other programs that may
> open when you start up Windows.)
> You may need to remove the files from NoteTab Pro's ini file;
> NotePro.ini found in its main folder. Try opening an editor that
> will read text documents like Notepad or Wordpad and open
> NotePro.ini found in its main folder. Scroll down till you get
> to the [Autoload] section and remove all the paths to the files
> to reload on startup. You might want to try it from a fresh
> Windows boot up as well. You can copy the file paths/names so
> that you can open the same files again easier when you get
> NoteTab running.
> You may edit the INI file inside NoteTab. Simply save the file
> with an exclamation mark (!NotePro.ini or !NoteTab.ini; Pro or
> Std/Light respectively) in front of it and restart NoteTab.
> Some programs have memory leaks in them as well as some Windows
> versions like WinME. Some programs do not release all the memory
> they were using while open. That can add up to not having enough
> memory for programs to start causing all kinds of errors.
> Windows has basically three types of memories: RAM, Virtual
> Memory (your hard disk), and a small section of RAM used for
> storing Windows object handles. When Windows runs out of system
> resources, it may have plenty of RAM left, but it runs out of
> space for storing handles. This is often when funny things start
> happening like the tab bar displaying blank tabs, or the Toolbar
> showing no icons.
> Only libraries open in the Clipbook window will occupy RAM. The
> more items, and the larger the Clips, the more RAM it uses up.
> Running Clips that create variables will take another chunk from
> RAM. Closing the Clipbook window will free several handles which
> occupy the third type of memory.
> Some things in NoteTab can cause extra memory to be used are:
> Large amounts of Favorites and long lists slow down the loading
> of NoteTab and use up a fair amount of RAM.
> A large Undo limit size. What is considered large is largely
> dependant on how many documents you open. Should rarely be a
> problem if you open less than 50 documents at a time.
> >I get an "EWin32 error" message when I try to open Note Tab Pro.
> >Do I need to re-install it?
> Happy html'n!
> www.notetab.net www.clean-funnies.com
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