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Re: No Windows File Dialogue in Win98SE


From: Jason Rumney
Subject: Re: No Windows File Dialogue in Win98SE
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2007 23:17:53 +0100
User-agent: Thunderbird 2.0.0.0 (Windows/20070326)

Juergen Fenn wrote:
> Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> writes:
>   
>>  . click menu bar, make sure menus open and tooltip help for menu
>>    items pops up and down;
>>     
>
> Menus open, but there is no tooltip help for any menu item. Tooltips
> are only displayed for tool-bar buttons.
>   

This one should work on all versions since Windows 95 and NT 4.0, but
not all menu items have help text and those that do display the tooltips
after some delay, so to make sure, please try the following:

1. Open the File menu.
2. Move the mouse down to point to "Visit New File...    (C-x C-f)"
3. Do not move the mouse for 10 seconds

>>  . click File->Open File and File-Open Directory, make sure the file
>>    and directory selectors pop up;
>>     
>>  . same with tool-bar Open File and Open Directory buttons;
>>     

These ones have been fixed just recently, confirmed on Windows ME.

>>  . press S-mouse-1, make sure the font selector pops up;
>>     
>
> This was displayed in v21.3 when I pressed CTRL+SHIFT+left mouse
> button. It doesn't work here. I get font selection from Options|Set
> Font/Fontset .
>   
You mean you do get it from the menu, but not from S-mouse-1?
Perhaps your .emacs is getting in the way, what does C-h k S-mouse-1 say?





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