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Re: [NH] multiple Notetab instances

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  • Warner
    Uncheck Allow multiple instance in View|Options|General Don t know about the other problem. Warner ... From: Adam Weston To:
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      Uncheck "Allow multiple instance" in View|Options|General

      Don't know about the other problem.
      Warner

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Adam Weston" <adam_weston@...>
      To: <ntb-html@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Monday, March 25, 2002 10:16 AM
      Subject: [NH] multiple Notetab instances


      > I've been using NoteTab Pro for a while on Windows 2000.
      Normally, if
      > NoteTab is already open, opening a file which is associated
      with NoteTab
      > (.txt .log etc), causes it to be opened in the existing
      window, adding a
      > tab.
      >
      > I find this convenient, but suddenly this behavior has
      changed. Each file
      > opened creates a new instance of NoteTab. How can I fix this?
      >
      > On another note, I have noticed that indent/unindent works
      sporadically
      > (maybe only with certain filetypes). Any way to change this?
      >
      > -Adam
      >
      >
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