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vrf Where does Vee open files?

Question asked by scubaman on Oct 31, 2002





Doesn't quite seem that way for me (under win2k).  I also double-click a
shortcut to the actual program I want to work with, not teh vee.exe.  But
if I right away go to file - open, I see a directory OTHER than the one I
where just opened the file.  It's particularly annoying because the save-as
dialog behaves the same way and if I'm not careful the version I'm storing
ends up somewhere else than where it's supposed to.

Hope someone from Agilent can check this out and clarify what's happening,
or acknowledge the defect.

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Rich
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                      "William Drago"
                      <wdrago@suffolk.l        To:       "VEE vrf" <vrf@it.lists.it.agilent.com>
                      ib.ny.us>                cc:
                                               Subject:  [vrf] Re: Where does Vee open files?
                      10/31/2002 08:23
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                      Please respond to
                      "William Drago"





Hi Richard,

This may or may not solve your problem but I ALWAYS start vee by double
clicking on the program I want to work with. This not
only opens the desired file but also sets vee's working directory to the
directory the file is stored in. This eliminates
surprise folders when doing file saves or file I/O.

William J. Drago
Automatic Test Engineering Consultant
106 Overlook Drive
East Islip, NY 11730
631-277-1572
bill@williamjdrago.com
http://www.williamjdrago.com


----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Kleinhenz" <scubaman@us.ibm.com>
To: "VEE vrf" <vrf@it.lists.it.agilent.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2002 9:23 AM
Subject: [vrf] Where does Vee open files?


>
>
>
>
> When I try to do a 'file open' or 'save as' I see s strange default
> directory.  Down a directory tree structure where I store data, on my e:
> drive.  Vee is installed on my d: drive.  I thought it should present me
> with a listing of files in the directory identified as UserDir in the
> registry in HKLM/software/agilent/Vee pro/6.0 and that has
> UserDir=D:AgilentVEE Pro 6.0programs.  The Vee version I am running is
> 6.03, and this is under win2k.  Any ideas why this might be happening?
>
> --
> Regards,
> Rich
> ===========================
> Richard Kleinhenz
> mailto:scubaman@us.ibm.com
> 845-892-2617
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>
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