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Re: [notetab] Timer

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  • R.S.
    ... No need to quit NoteTab. Being in a new library, press F4 twice, to close and reopen the Clipbook. Regards, RS ... Read this list on the Web at
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 2, 1998
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      Hi Sami:

      > The clips which use the timer command
      > keep running even if some other library
      > is selected. While this might be desired
      > in some cases, most of the time it is
      > quite annoying, having to quit NoteTab
      > in order to get rid of them.

      No need to quit NoteTab. Being in a new library, press F4 twice, to close
      and reopen the Clipbook.


      Regards,

      RS



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    • Sami Järvinen
      The clips which use the timer command keep running even if some other library is selected. While this might be desired in some cases, most of the time it is
      Message 2 of 3 , Jul 2, 1998
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        The clips which use the timer command keep running even if some other
        library is selected. While this might be desired in some cases, most of the
        time it is quite annoying, having to quit NoteTab in order to get rid of
        them.



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      • Eric G.V. Fookes
        Hi Sami, ... Why should NoteTab decide this for you? It s the programmers responsability to decide when it should stop. For example, the OnClose Clip could be
        Message 3 of 3 , Jul 2, 1998
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          Hi Sami,

          >The clips which use the timer command keep running even if some other
          >library is selected. While this might be desired in some cases, most of the
          >time it is quite annoying, having to quit NoteTab in order to get rid of
          >them.

          Why should NoteTab decide this for you? It's the programmers responsability
          to decide when it should stop. For example, the OnClose Clip could be used
          to stop the timer.

          Best regards,
          Eric G.V. Fookes <fookes@...>
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