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Re: [edit+] Recent File List not working? I have not disabled it...

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  • Bob Hindal
    I m running EditPlus v3.30 (661) and the recent file list works fine here, too. ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 29, 2011
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      I'm running EditPlus v3.30 (661) and the recent file list works fine here, too.




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      >From: Peter Anderson <peterjohnanderson@...>
      >To: editplus@yahoogroups.com
      >Sent: Tuesday, June 7, 2011 5:48 PM
      >Subject: Re: [edit+] Recent File List not working? I have not disabled it...
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      >I have v3.30(555) and the "Recent Files" list works fine.
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      >Peter
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      >On 8 June 2011 01:28, johnthejimenez <johnajimenez@...> wrote:
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      >> Hey all,
      >>
      >> I'm not sure when it happened but my recent files list (Files > Recent
      >> Files) is not updating. I looked through the preferences and found the
      >> option (On the "File" screen) "No Recent Files list" and it is NOT checked.
      >>
      >> I checked it and restarted EditPlus (in the hopes of maybe a simple logic
      >> error in the programing) and still no recent files list.
      >>
      >> I unchecked it and restarted EditPlus (in the hopes of re-tripping the
      >> registry so the file returns) and still no luck.
      >>
      >> Anyone know of anything else that may be causing this? I am using the
      >> latest version (3.30.555) and have even tried reinstalling Edit Plus (using
      >> its own uninstall, restarting to clear the eppshell.dll from memory,
      >> deleting the Edit Plus 3 directory, and killing the registry entries before
      >> reinstalling) and I am getting the same result of No Recent File List.
      >>
      >> Thanks in advance!
      >>
      >> ~John Jimenez
      >>
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      >>
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      >or more uncertain in its success, than to take the lead in the introduction
      >of a new order of things -- Niccolo Machiavelli, *The Prince*, ch. 6
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