Re: [NTB] NoteTab Light failed to reload open documents
- In article <3AA11CB9.DC1D547C@...>, DA <daoki01@...>
>Another possibility is that NoteTab is set for multiple instances and you hadThanks for the suggestion, but no, I have multiple instances disabled.
>one instance already open but it was minimized or hidden by another window.
>When you open the second instance it will be empty as you described. If you
>normally only open one instance with your preloaded files, then close that
>instance before starting NoteTab again, you might not have noticed that you have
>NoteTab configured for multiple instances. I use preloaded files also and I
>turn off multiple instances for this reason.
>I have to defend Jody here because I have seen him be very helpful. He isHaving subscribed, on and off, to the various lists I'm aware of Jody's
>really overloaded with work, but tries his best.
efforts - I don't know how he manages.
- Hi jnt,
I'm not one much for just saying "thanks" back to the list to
keep the posts down (do in private eMail a lot), but thanks jnt.
I am disabled so I do not have a 40 hour week job to go to which
puts me about 50 hours ahead of most people although I do a few
hours a day (sometimes more and sometimes a lot less) support
I do have a number of FAQs in a Library that I just type a
keyword (or letter(s) into my eMail program and copy/cut and the
full FAQ is sent from NoteTab to where I copied or cut the text
from. It, my Library that I call NoteBack (Back is my copy;),
uses NoteTab's OnClipboardChange event and PasteBack command. It
works on the same principle as the PasteClips Library that ships
with NoteTab, but a bit more complicated. If I forget my
keyword, I type in a "?" without the quotes and a wizard comes up
with my keywords first in parenthesis to help me remember them
and then a short description on what the FAQ is about. I simply
click on the one I want then OK (or double click) and the full
FAQ is shipped "along with me" back to my eMail client.
>Having subscribed, on and off, to the various lists I'm aware ofHappy NoteTab'n,
>Jody's efforts - I don't know how he manages.
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