Re: [NTB] Getting rid of the names/tags
- Hi Barry (Larry)
I think Barry is referring to files he's opened in a previous session (whose
names appear in the document tabs). These keep getting reopened each time
you restart Notetab.
If that's what you mean, you can use File-Close Document, File-Close All
Documents or just middle mouse button on one of the document tabs to close
that particular file (tab).
Regards ... Alec
---- Original Message ----
From: "Larry Thomas" <larryt@...>
Sent: Monday, June 30, 2003 22:23
Subject: Re: [NTB] Getting rid of the names/tags
> At 08:59 PM 6/30/03 -0400, you wrote:
>> I'm sorry I didn't give more information.
>> The names/tags of files are listed across the top, just under the
>> little icons that are under the menu items (File, Edit, Search,
>> View, etc.).
>> I do not want to delete the files themselves - I just want to delete
>> any mention of them in NTL ver. 4.95.
> I have all versions of NoteTab (Light, Std, & Pro) and I have opened
> both Light and Pro to see if I can identify what you are talking
> about. The first item you describe above is a menu bar and I see it
> on both versions of my programs. The next thing that I see below
> that is the tool bar which allows you to quickly access the features
> you ust most commonly without having to use the menu bar. Just below
> that on both of my programs is the document tab. It has the names of
> the open files if any are open or one noname.txt new file that has
> not been saved yet and is ready for you to type into and save if no
> other files aqre open.
> You cannot eliminate these tabs. It is how you are able to switch
> from one open document to another while having many documents open at
> the same time. Many other editors allow you to have more than one
> file open at a time but they require you to go to the menu bar and
> select a window item which will list the files y9ou have open.
> NoteTab was written this way so that you can easily switch from file
> to file just by clicking on the tabs and you cannot hide the tabs.
> This is why it is called NoteTab. Go to the menu bar and select
> View/Options and you will open an options panel. You will see
> several tabs on this panel and you can select one that says "Tab
> Bar". This will allow you to select several options concerning the
> display of these tabs but it will not allow you to hide them. You
> may want to take a look at it anyway.
> You can hide the toolbar from the view menu item and also stack or
> unstack the document tabs from there as well.
> lrt@... e¿ê
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>Like most other things about NoteTab, this behaviour is configurable.
> If that's what you mean, you can use File-Close Document,
> File-Close All
> Documents or just middle mouse button on one of the document
> tabs to close
> that particular file (tab).
If you select View > Options... From the menu, and click the General
Tab. Uncheck the 'Reload Open Documents' checkbox, and when you
restart NoteTab thereafter, it will not reopen any files that were open
when you last closed it.