Re: [NH] Re: forcing cursor to the top
- Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV wrote:
> At 11:50 AM 4/6/2006 , rpdooling wrote:Mike,
>> I'm sure it's me, but I'm not understanding this one.
>> When I move from doc to doc, the cursor is where I
>> left it (if I'm revisiting an open doc), or if
>> I'm opening or reopening a file, the cursor is at the top.
>> <mike@...> wrote:>
>>> When I switch between docs the cursor always moves to
>>> the bottom. Is there anyway to force it to the top or to
>>> the position of the previously viewed doc?
>>> I am having to delete line of menu code and it means
>>> going from doc to doc and always having to scroll
>>> back up to get to where I wanna go.
> Nope, it's not just you, it's me too.
> I don't know what was going on, but yesterday every time I
> switched docs the scroll bar would be at the bottom of
> the page and I would have to scroll back up to where I need to be.
> Now it is behaving as you describe.
If we're to pursue this, since it doesn't pertain to HTML, we need to
move to the 'clips list' or, the 'off topic' list. I'll CC this to
Did you consider the short clip I sent?
"Chaos, Panic, & Disorder - My work here is done."
hrs ø hsavage@...
- At 05:55 PM 4/5/2006 , hsavage wrote:
>This is an example 2 line clip to open successive files and to place the
>cursor at the same line as the previous file.
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