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vrf Dude...where's my UserFunction???

Question asked by adam_kohler on Aug 20, 2001
Try hitting  Ctrl Home keys.

All the objects then appear in the screen.


Adam Kohler
Agilent Technologies UK Limited
EPSG-Q, BEST PGU
South Queensferry
West Lothian
Scotland EH30 9TG


-----Original Message-----
From: Shawn Crossland [mailto:scrossland@drti.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 21 August 2001 10:34
To: Vee Group (E-mail)
Subject: vrf Dude...where's my UserFunction???


All,
This has happened to me one other time.  It took a while, but I was able
to get all of my objects to reappear back on the screen by changing
colors and hitting different keys.  I got them return, but I don't know
what exaclty I did.
I did this again and rather hit keys at random, I thought I'd ask
someone what weird mode I'm in and how do I get out of it.
Attached is the userfunction that I can't find.  Both times, it went
into this mode while I was moving the mouse around quickly on the
desktop connecting input and output pins.
I'm using Vee 6.01 on a Win98 machine.
Thanks in advance.
-Shawn

(note: The subject line of this email came from a low budget,
"straight-to-video" movie called "Dude...where's my car?" It was
released here in the US this summer.  My apologies to anyone who might
be confused.)


Shawn Crossland
Digital Receiver Technology Inc.
(301) 916-5554 ext. 148
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