Re: Re: [NTB] Line number display is not wide enough
- Probably not Robin's problem ... but I have noticed sometimes with a large
file that all digits of the line number are not displayed. IIRC - switching
to another file on another tab or even just opening a new empty buffer and
then back to the one that's misbehaving fixes it.
Regards ... Alec
---- Original Message ----
From: "Jody" <kjv-av1611@...>
Sent: Monday, October 11, 2004 08:19
Subject: [gla: Re: [NTB] Line number display is not wide
> Hi Robin,
> Did you try another file? In NoteTab Pro it displays more
> three digits wide. If you are running NoteTab
> Standard/Light, you might first try a new INI File found
> in its main folder (NotePro.ini or NoteTab.ini for
> Std/Light). Retype over a letter
> so that it creates a state of needing to be saved. Simply
> the file with an exclamation mark (!NotePro.ini or
> in front of it and restart NoteTab. Restart NoteTab.
> If that does not work, try a new INI file by renaming the
> so you can save your settings by going back to the
> original if it doesn't help. If you want to create a new
> INI file, close NoteTab
> and rename NotePro.ini found in its main folder
> (NoteTab.ini for Std/Light). Start up NoteTab and it will
> use its default settings actually creating the INI file
> when you shut it down.
> If that fixes it, try going through the same procedure,
> rename your original INI file back to its original name.
> If it
> looks OK then, all is well. If not you will need to build
> the new
> INI file again and redo all your settings. You might be
> able to
> get away with copying all the text in the old INI file and
> pasting it into the new INI file. Simply save the file
> with an exclamation mark (!NotePro.ini or !NoteTab.ini)
> in front of it
> and restart NoteTab.
> If you are in NoteTab Standard/Light and the above
> doesn't help,
> try replacing your riched32.dll found in your System32
>> I am running NoteTab Pro 4.95/np with WindowsXP Home.
>> The line number count is limited to three digits which
>> is not a problem with most of what I need to do but when
>> I need four digits being limited to three is a disaster.