|Subject:||Re: Re Re: PSPP help (Alan Mead)|
|Date:||Tue, 23 Feb 2016 17:49:07 -0600|
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On 2/23/2016 4:12 PM, Harry Thijssen wrote:|
However in the build I am uploading to sourceforge right now, the shortcuts start from the home directory. This way the MSWindows GUI will work more as expected.
What difference should I expect in the behavior of the latest GUI? I just installed the 64-bit version that was uploaded to pspp4windows on sourceforge.net (it identifies as GNU pspp 0.9.0-g636302) and I don't see any difference in the open dialog:
"Enter Location" still works as advertised, but I still doesn't see folders like Dropbox and Google Drive, which are shown (as "Favorites") in Windows Explorer:
BTW, this isn't a big deal for me and I think it's reasonably easy to access drives using PSPP. Also, SPSS is equally wonky in this regard. Here's what I see in SPSS:
So, SPSS doesn't make it easy to see DropBox, Google Drive, etc. either. I have to navigate to my user directory (just like PSPP).
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