Re: [NTB] Up/down arrow behavior in NT free / pro
- Thanks hsavage.
I just checked and found that the EULA doesn't address whether
it's OK to install Pro on more than one computer. But it doesn't
forbid it. I'm going to assume that it is all right as long as it's
just me using it on one PC at a time.
This does solve the problem. I will just have to use Pro instead of Light.
Even if it's not considered a feature I think of this cursor behavior
in Notetab Pro as one of the nicest things I've found in any editor.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, hsavage <hsavage@...> wrote:
> justin_ehrlich_1 wrote:
> * * *
> These lists are for users questions.
> The cursor movement you describe is not actually a feature, at least
> one I've heard discussed before. It is more a difference in the
> 'edit-controls' used to in each product, 'Standard and Pro'.
> Cursor movement as described is the same as NoteTab Standard so I'll
> make the leap and say that NTFree is based on Standards edit-control.
> I know of no way to turn that cursor movement off. From your email I
> assume you own NotePro already, you could take the Pro install
> executable and install it on another computer or you could install
> a CD to have it with you anywhere.
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- justin_ehrlich_1 wrote:
> Thanks hsavage.Justin,
> I just checked and found that the EULA doesn't address
> whether it's OK to install Pro on more than one computer.
> But it doesn't forbid it. I'm going to assume that it is
> all right as long as it's just me using it on one PC at
> a time.
> This does solve the problem. I will just have to use
> Pro instead of Light.
> Even if it's not considered a feature I think of this
> cursor behavior
> in Notetab Pro as one of the nicest things I've found
> in any editor.
This point has been discussed on these lists before and the author
allows more than one installation. The only drawback may be an
installation on your work computer but I think others have and if only
you have access it should be OK.
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- justin_ehrlich_1 <justin_ehrlich_1@...> wrote: Hi everyone, I just joined because of the question I want to ask here.
I hope it's not bad form to ask a question right away but I searched
and looked thru a lot of results and did not find anything about my issue.
I've been using NoteTab Pro for years on my home computer and I'm very
happy with it. Now on my work machine I installed NT free just to gain
a few features I'm accustomed to which aren't in the editor that's
used in my workplace. But one of the most important features is
missing in free version 4.95, and I'm wondering whether I'll have to
buy another copy of Pro to get it.
Also I want to ask about the name of this feature because it would be
a lot easier to ask about it if I knew what it's called. But I'll just
have to describe it as best I can.
Suppose you have 20 characters on line 1, none on line 2, and 20 on
line 3, and the cursor is at column 10 of line 1. Now you press the
down arrow. On almost any editor or word processor it will go to
column 1 of line 2; it "falls back" to the left because there are no
characters on the line. Now you press the down arrow again...
Now on my copy of NoteTab Pro it will go to column one of line 3. This
is the *right* behavior in my opinion and it's what I want. It's as if
the cursor always "remembers" and keeps to its *most recent* column
position (which in the example is column 1).
But on all other editors I've used, and unfortunately including my new
copy of NoteTab Light 4.95, when it gets to line 3 in the example the
cursor *jumps to the right* to match its *previous* column position
(where it was in line 1). I find this crazy-annoying (and I downloaded
NoteTab here at work to get rid of it). But I can't find a way to turn
Of course the same thing applies with the up arrow.
So I'm hoping someone can tell me:
1. What is the name of this feature or option?
2. Can i get the "right" behavior in NoteTab Light or do I have to pay
for the Pro version to get this feature?
3. If the preferred available in NoteTab Light, how can it be changed?
I had never paid much attention to the feature you are talking about so I just
tried several different editors and all of them but one went back to the original
column. The one that did not was the "hated" (by some) Notepad that is standard
in all versions of Windows. It will go to line 1 on the blank line and then go to line one of the third line and not to the position it was in on the first line.
So "terrible old Notepad" does the *right* thing that NoteTab Pro does, but NT Light and NT Standard do not.
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