Problem with new file

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delta59
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Problem with new file

Post by delta59 » Tue Nov 06, 2007 5:16 pm

Je suis desole mais je parle le Francais pas bien, so i will continue in English.
First: Thanks for this marvelous program. And i hope this forum will be beneficial to all participants.

The problem i want to signal: when one opens a new file, or loads an old one with current version of Carmetal a new copy of the program starts.

I think that a good idea should be to open a rubrique: "Comment faire", and ofcourse i expect a rubrique with geoproblems from participants.

Once again "merci bien. Chapeau!"

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Re: Problem with new file

Post by monique31 » Tue Nov 06, 2007 10:28 pm

Désolée, je parle très mal l'anglais, alors c'est en français !
The problem i want to signal: when one opens a new file, or loads an old one with current version of Carmetal a new copy of the program starts.
Le programme est ouvert une fois seulement, mais il y a plusieurs fenêtres de travail.
Par exemple : vous ouvrez un fichier personnel, puis un "fichier restreint" (comme celui donné en "attachment"). Regardez ce qui se passe : c'est très joli.
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boite.r.zir
(8.92 KiB) Downloaded 190 times

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Re: Problem with new file

Post by erichake » Tue Nov 06, 2007 11:33 pm

delta59 wrote:The problem i want to signal: when one opens a new file, or loads an old one with current version of Carmetal a new copy of the program starts.
Thank's for your post delta59 !
Actually CaRMetal is now, since the 2.0 version, a multi-windowing application, so every file you open will appear in a new window of the same application. Is this what you wanted to signal ?

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Post by delta59 » Thu Nov 08, 2007 8:57 am

Yes, sorry for waisting your time.

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