Re: [NTB] *Select All* and document position
- --- In email@example.com, "Grey Cat" <gc@g...> wrote:
>I happen to prefet to find myself at the end when I do a Control+Abut XP just LOVES doing things for you that you didn't know you might
ever want done.
LOL ... so I'm discovering. After some time spent working with it
this way, maybe I'll prefer it too (I hope). I can always shortcut
to the top of the document using control Home.
- I'm using NoteTab Pro 4.95 and Windows ME. Ctrl-A and
Select All set the cursor at 1:1
--- Robert Romberger <jestar@...> wrote:
> On 7 Jun 2003 at 1:54, loracat2000 wrote:__________________________________
> > Control A produces the same results, I start with
> my cursor at the
> > top and end up looking at the bottom of the
> document. If this is not
> > normal behavior for the 4.95 version, perhaps I
> should do a complete
> > (and dreaded)uninstall/reinstall?
> Since I am using a similar setup (Notetab Pro 4.95
> and XP Pro), I wanted
> to check what would happen if I did a Select All or
> Ctrl-A. Both times I
> was left at the top of the document 1:1 for the
> cursor position. I can
> think of no option to change this behavior or
> duplicate your problem. :(
> You *might* have a bad install of Notetab, so it
> might be worth the
> uninstall/reinstall of it.
> Thought for the day: Silence is the most perfect
> expression of scorn.
> George Bernard Shaw
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- Hi All,
>So it's not a change with the new version ... I guess it could be aAnytime text is selected in NoteTab, the cursor sits at the
>behavior particular to Windows XP.
beginning of the selection. So, if you Ctrl+A the cursor will be
at 1:1. If you select text manually and select from say 1:25 to 3:2
the cursor sits ant 1:25 not like you might think: 3:2 since that is
where you selected to before letting go of the mouse button.
; ^!Select All