22375RE: [NTB] Update on File Reopening
- Feb 19, 2012I just dragged an html file and dropped it on the NoteTab icon, and it's set to always run as admin. The file opened
right up in NoteTab, but of course, it isn't installed in C:\Program Files, so that might be the difference.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of MoreThanFood
Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2012 17:04
Subject: Re: [NTB] Update on File Reopening
It took me a LONG time to figure out what the problem was - Notetab suddenly lost the ability to have random files
dropped into from Windows Explorer. After much searching I found some posts somewhere that explained that running a
program as an administrator raises the security clearance of the program. This causes it to disallow lower clearance
data being dropped into it.
I have no idea if that is correct or what, but when I stopped running as administrator, I could immediately drag files
into it. So in my case that is what fixed it.
I had originally set it to run as administrator to try to fix the issue with it constantly opening an old session. This
went on for more than 6 months.
Most of the files that I am working on in Notetab are html & shtml & css so maybe that's why you can't drag them into it
when it's being run as administrator.
Who knows? I would just like to be able to have my previous session open up automatically, but at least I'm not having
to close them all and find the new directory.
Thanks for all the info and I truly do appreciate Notetab - I've been using it since it was introduced!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:notetab%40yahoogroups.com> , "John Shotsky" <jshotsky@...> wrote:
> Please explain what you mean about disabling drag and drop. I've never heard of Admin being hampered by LESS
> I have NoteTab pro set to always run as admin, and I've never experience any problem with drag and drop, although I am
> not certain what you are referring to.
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