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D - dig\dedit bug

reply "Andrew Edwards" <crxace13 nospam.comcast.net> writes:
WinXP:
The only way to access the menu is through the right mouse button. This only
works if there is a "New File #" object. This means you cannot associate
your code files to dedit and open directly without having to open dedit
first.

Win2K:
dedit does not work in Win2K. Clicking on any object causes the program to
terminate with an access violation error.

The rotating sphere displayed in the halhello program is an inanimate yellow
circle. Clicking on any object in this program has the same effect as in
dedit.

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I've upgraded to XP so I won't be able to see if win2k problems get fixed.
Nov 21 2002
parent reply "Carlos" <carlos8294 msn.com> writes:
"Andrew Edwards" <crxace13 nospam.comcast.net> escribiσ en el mensaje
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| WinXP:
| The only way to access the menu is through the right mouse button. This
only
| works if there is a "New File #" object. This means you cannot associate
| your code files to dedit and open directly without having to open dedit
| first.

what do you mean? you cannot associate .d files to dedit? i'm sorry but you
can. i mean, i could.

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Carlos Santander
http://carlos3.netfirms.com/
Nov 21 2002
parent "Andrew Edwards" <crxace13 nospam.comcast.net> writes:
You can associate .d files to dedit, however when you double-click on a .d
file to execute dedit, there is no "New File #" object so you won't be able
to access the menu items by right-clicking.
And as far as I know, that is the only way to access the menu items in dedit
(WinXP).

"Carlos" <carlos8294 msn.com> wrote in message
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 "Andrew Edwards" <crxace13 nospam.comcast.net> escribiσ en el mensaje
 news:arjmm3$1jo6$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 | WinXP:
 | The only way to access the menu is through the right mouse button. This
 only
 | works if there is a "New File #" object. This means you cannot associate
 | your code files to dedit and open directly without having to open dedit
 | first.

 what do you mean? you cannot associate .d files to dedit? i'm sorry but

 can. i mean, i could.

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 Carlos Santander
 http://carlos3.netfirms.com/

Nov 21 2002