Re: [NTB] Duplicating an open file?
- --- In notetab@y..., Stefan Elssner <elssner@y...> wrote:
> On Tue, 16 Oct 2001 22:00:28 -0000, bicycletourist@h... wrote:has
> >What is the easy way to duplicate an open file and so the new file
> >the same name as the original)?Is
> >Currently, I select all, copy (copy all), File - New, and paste.
> >there a shorter method, or a command or button I've not discovered?That sounds like what I want a duplicate, with the same name. I can
> Duplicate a file to a file of the _really_ same name (including full
> path) is impossible by concept in all common file systems.
> Maybe you are looking for a second view on the same file. For all I
> know NoteTab doesn't support this directly.
sort out the path interference (a hic) myself by renaming the old one
(which is actually what I'd like it for e.g., duplicate index.html
and then rename the old one to old_index.html)
> you can do CTRL-AC (you not have to release the CTRL key between theI get it.
> strokes) and while still holding CTRL down add the SHIFT and the C.
> Sounds a little artistic, but isn't IMHO :)
Thanks (moving this to the Clips group)