[NTB] Re: Help, please...
- Hi all,
>NoteTab Lite, Std, and Pro all update the ini file when they are shut down.Great explanation Larry! Thanks.
Just wanted to mention that I've been happily using Jody's "Edit Ini File"
and "Save:As Ini file" clips for the longest time. The first opens the file
after giving you option of specifying a section to jump to. The second does
all the closing and saving work for you, even asking if you want to
immediately reopen NTB.
Where are they on Jody's site? Beats me! Jody?
- Hi Carl,
> PROBLEM: Whenever she wants to Save a new file, she gets theI read through the posts and did not see anybody mention to go
> Red Dot error screen which says: "C:\Program Files\Documents is
> not accessible. It has been moved or removed." Her Documents
> folder is actually located at C:\Program Files\ NoteTab
> Pro\Documents and has never been located at the former
into Options under the File Tab and browse to the directory she
wants as default, so I just said it. ;)
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- Jody wrote: (regarding setting a default directory for saving files)
>Well, duh on me! That's what can happen when you have a program that
> Hi Carl,
> into Options under the File Tab and browse to the directory she
> wants as default,
is *so feature-laden* as NoteTab... sometimes the simplest answer is
right where I should've looked in the first place! Thanks to all for
your input and assistance!
||||| Carl Swann, Kingsport TN
(o o) "Starting slow, and coasting downhill from there"
- Jody's just a spoilsport. Do it the hard way, like we told you. It
won't work any better, but think of how virtuous you'll feel
> Well, duh on me! That's what can happen when you have a program thatThanks,
> is *so feature-laden* as NoteTab... sometimes the simplest answer is
> right where I should've looked in the first place! Thanks to all for
> your input and assistance!
- Hi David,
> Jody's just a spoilsport. Do it the hard way, like we toldIt was just my turn to "get even." :) At times I will send in a
> you. It won't work any better, but think of how virtuous
> you'll feel afterwards.
method to do something that is fairly deep only to find somebody
answers and says, "I'm a newbie; just downloaded today. Can't
you just ... (a click or two)? What am I missing." I "hate it"
when that happens! <g>
I must agree with you though David - some things are so much fun
that I just don't want to do it the easy way. A lot of us are so
use to making NoteTab do things in scripts that we forget some of
it is already programmed in for us as features.
The whole world doth err save you
and me and even thou doest err some!