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Re: Save dialogue

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: Save dialogue
Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2013 09:51:17 +0200
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On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 05:27:35AM +0000, Crichton, Ronald wrote:

     I don't use the (PSPP) Syntax Editor because it leaves strange characters 
in the file which are annoying

This sounds like a bug.  Can you give a description/screenshot/video showing how
to provoke this behaviour and report it on address@hidden

     So, I save the command file from the text editor (leaving it open), and to 
invoke PSPP I double clicking the command file icon from Windows Explorer (File 
Manager) and select run.
     When I run the command file a Data Editor window opens.  After a time, 
following a session of command file edits, and runs, I have a large number of 
windows open which I close.  Is it possible to change a setting somewhere that 
when I close the Data Editor window that it doesn't prompt me to 'quit without 

So if I understand you correctly, what you are asking for is psppire should 
connect to an existing instance (if one exists) instead of starting a new
one.  A number of other desktop applications work like this (eg gedit, 
so  I think it's a reasonable request.

I'm not sure how easy it would be to implement on Windows.


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