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Re: [StrongED] UserPrefs (Iyonix)
In message <9fea5b3152.pittdj+@xxxxxxxxxxx>
David Pitt <pittdj@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> In message <e24d523152.Iyonix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Ron <iyonix@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I am wondering if this may be the cause of some on again/off again
> > behaviour of settings on my Iyonix.
> > I realise also that restarting StrongEd is necessary sometuimes.
> What exactly are we looking at here, is there some instability of the
> Iyonix that might be affecting StrongED. From my experience I would
> say that would be highly unusual to need to restart StrongED.
> > In !StrongED.SetupCfg there is a line
> > If "<StrongED_UserPrefs$Dir>" = "" Then Set StrongED_Read$Path
> > <StrongED_Defaults$Dir>. Else Set StrongED_Read$Path
> > <StrongED_UserPrefs$Dir>.,<StrongED_Defaults$Dir>.
> > But *Show shows
> > StrongED_Read$Path : ADFS::HardDisc4.$.BootApps.!StrongED.Defaults.
> That line indicates that !StrEDcfg has not been seen. Where is
> !StrEDcfg installed?
It is in Boot:Choices where it should be I think.
I seem to have cured two problems at the same time by adding
a Modefile to UserPrefs.Global
Before doing this (and restarting) when I doubleclicked on the new
filetype a second StrongED would start and appear on the iconbar.
I now think it was this action that was setting StrongEd_Read$Path
The path looks as it should now and clicking on a file now opens
a second window as it should.
I am still getting used to StrongED, as I haven't been using it.
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