16123Back to Keeping my OPEN Files After A Reboot...
- Jan 15, 2004First off, thanks to everyone who answered me first time 'round. It's
However, to clarify this time (~Big Smile~) I'm using Windows 98 SE
(happily, by the by) and have full control over all aspects of my
computer... (And a fair handle on how to use it, I guess.)
I tried what was suggested--both renaming and totally removing
the .ini file from my NoteTab Pro folder.
That worked fine through *one* reboot (shut off at night and booting
next morning) as I recall...
Hasn't worked probably 9 times out of 10, though.
In other words, I've done that over and over (and over again (the
renaming) to try and get it to 'stick.'
I have to say that it's very frustrating, as I often work with 20 to
30 open files that I'd like to 'find' next go 'round... (Lordy, I
even thought about starting to keep a handwritten list. But I'd
forget every single time...)
I'm going to have to figure some way to recall where things are. I
have subfolder upon subfolder I work with and files from literally
dozens, so I can't say how confusing and annoying it is not to be
able to have the essential files open when I need 'em.
I'm strongly considering reverting to using the free version--and
then pull things over to Pro when I really need the features (which
have certainly paled for me during all this frustration). At least I
never have these problems with that version of the software. (It
still makes me chuckle that the free version has less bugs than the
pro version... ~Big Smile~)
Any other suggestions? Maybe I should uninstall and reinstall? Could
there be some other reason I'm having such a *bad* time with the
Or maybe somebody can suggest a similar software I could try in place
of NoteTab Pro? (I think I'm getting a tad desperate now. LOL. Can't
believe I'd ever think of giving up on NoteTab, but this has me
pulling my hair out...)
Anyway, the defaulting to the systray cleared up, although the
software *never* opens first time 'round. (I don't ever double-click
the icon anymore, as that *never* seemed to open it properly--in case
anybody here cares. I'd always right-click and select Open, as that
worked better. But now that *never* works the first time I try it. It
takes twice every time to open it... A sure sign my Open files will
be gone, by the by...)
Thanks again for all the help. It's appreciated.
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