Saving, when I click on "Don't save" !

Eric Chatonet eric.chatonet at sosmartsoftware.com
Sun Oct 29 12:22:58 EST 2006


Hi Andre,

You might be interested in checking the corresponding preference in  
the "Files and memory" pane in the preferences:
Nothing to think of later :-)

Le 29 oct. 06 à 15:09, André.Bisseret a écrit :

> Hi Malte
> I was just about discovering that when I received your message ! I  
> was beginning to experiment with and without destroyStack property
>
> Very nice, and Thanks a lot ! :-)))
>
> That 's the solution : for what I need, I must set the destroyStack  
> to true
> I think, actually, I never (or very rarely) used "don't save" up to  
> now (or I did not open again the stack after during a Rev session),  
> so I was not conscious of the fact that "don't save" is effective  
> only when the stack is out of memory.
>
> Thanks again, you help me saving time (and hairs !)
>
> Best regards
>
> André
>
> Le 29 oct. 06 à 12:58, Malte Brill a écrit :
>
>> Hi Andre,
>>
>> did you remove the stack from memory before reopening? Check the  
>> destroyStack property of the stack. If it is false it will remain  
>> in memory when closed.
>>
>>> I suppose I have got a wrong inadvertent setting somewhere ??
>>
>> All the best,
>>
>> Malte
>>
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Eric Chatonet
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