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rsnorris
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Customised Drawing Defaults

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04-12-2000 09:51 PM
Howdy folks.

This is my very first message from the office....and on the WWW type NG to boot. Looking forward to seeing how it works out when I look at it from home.

Anyway, I believe I may have found a bug in Version 7 when used with Windows NT4 (SP 6). Normally, the last Symbol Library used will remain as the default. This does not work.

Changing the default folders via Tools/Customised Commands does not work, as the settings are not saved. Nor will the settings save when changing directly in the Registry.

Works as normal with Windows 95/98.

Have the same problems with AS 7 as well. Any other NT users share this problem...????

Ric Norris.
*Norris, Ric
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Re: Customised Drawing Defaults

04-20-2000 06:37 PM in reply to: rsnorris
See Postings NT Bug #1 & NT Bug #2......nothing like responding to your own
posts.

Ric Norris.

"rsnorris" wrote in message
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> Howdy folks.
>
> This is my very first message from the office....and on the WWW type NG to
boot. Looking forward to seeing how it works out when I look at it from
home.
>
> Anyway, I believe I may have found a bug in Version 7 when used with
Windows NT4 (SP 6). Normally, the last Symbol Library used will remain as
the default. This does not work.
>
> Changing the default folders via Tools/Customised Commands does not work,
as the settings are not saved. Nor will the settings save when changing
directly in the Registry.
>
> Works as normal with Windows 95/98.
>
> Have the same problems with AS 7 as well. Any other NT users share this
problem...????
>
> Ric Norris.
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