[Clip] Re: Corrupted Clips
- Hi Steve,
> > Check to see what format you are saving inActually, Outlines and the Clipbook Editor always save in the DOS/Windows
>They were being saved as the original, i changed it to DOS/Windows see if
>that does anything.
> > Look in Options under the Document menu for Save and also right
> > click over the Clip Editor tab.
>My option for save format is grayed out when I right click over the editor
format, no matter what setting you use for the option.
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- Hi Steve, All;
I've had a similar problem that occurs about once a month.
A clip that has previously worked OK will cause an error.
Investigation has revealed a failing instruction but no
indication of a bad character.
Retyping the instruction does not solve the problem but deleting
the line and replacing the instruction does fix the problem.
To me this is just a minor eccentricity of NoteTab/Win95/whatever.
Wish I had an explanation, Len
At 01:46 PM 12/2/99 -0800, you wrote:
>I having a problem with my clips getting "corupted".binary characters if i'm not mistaken. There is is no ryme or reason as to
>Characters are being replaced with "little boxes". I think they're
which characters are being replaced. Sometimes its a letter,space, or a carrage return but usually its a space. I'll have clips that work fine one day and the next they don't work, when i look at them there will be characters replaced with those "little boxes".
>Leonard O. Hargrove, Jr.
Avionics Systems Engineer
E-Mail: Len <NoteTabA@...>