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  • dracorat
    Actually, what I m saying is if you were to tab to another program, then screen updating turns back on. That s the part that seems strange to me. --Keith ...
    Message 1 of 38 , Jan 28, 2008
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      Actually, what I'm saying is if you were to tab to another program,
      then screen updating turns back on. That's the part that seems strange
      to me.

      --Keith

      --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, Sheri <silvermoonwoman@...> wrote:

      > I know that screen updating resumes when a clip ends, even if not
      > explicitly set back on. But the screen also updates when prompts and
      > clip wizards are displayed. Sometimes turning screen updating off
      and on
      > at strategic points in the clip just make it look nicer, other times
      > keeping it off speeds thing up quite a lot.
      >
      > Have fun,
      > Sheri
      >
      > PS, if you want to use disk search to search to the very end of a unix
      > file, you can run this regex pattern:
      > (*ANYCRLF)\z
      >
    • dracorat
      Actually, what I m saying is if you were to tab to another program, then screen updating turns back on. That s the part that seems strange to me. --Keith ...
      Message 38 of 38 , Jan 28, 2008
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        Actually, what I'm saying is if you were to tab to another program,
        then screen updating turns back on. That's the part that seems strange
        to me.

        --Keith

        --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, Sheri <silvermoonwoman@...> wrote:

        > I know that screen updating resumes when a clip ends, even if not
        > explicitly set back on. But the screen also updates when prompts and
        > clip wizards are displayed. Sometimes turning screen updating off
        and on
        > at strategic points in the clip just make it look nicer, other times
        > keeping it off speeds thing up quite a lot.
        >
        > Have fun,
        > Sheri
        >
        > PS, if you want to use disk search to search to the very end of a unix
        > file, you can run this regex pattern:
        > (*ANYCRLF)\z
        >
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