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File under <Alt>F: "doesn't exist", but <Ctrl>O: no problem !

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  • Subject: [mg8557] File under <Alt>F: "doesn't exist", but <Ctrl>O: no problem !
  • From: bv1 at pi.net (Jan Holland)
  • Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 23:16:22 -0400
  • Organization: txp
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

FIRST PROBLEM:
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When I try to retrieve a (recently used) )file in the drop down menu
under <Alt>F MMa 2.2 gives the answer: "doesnt exist. Create it ?"

But when I load it through <Ctrl>O there is no problem.

Directory[] gives the right directory as mentioned by <Alt>F
	D:\WNMATH22
Filenames[] gives the same filenames as <Ctrl>O and of which
	some are  mentioned under <Alt>F

Also when I check through Windows 95 Explorer
I see the files there.

init.M contains:
(* Mathematica Init File *)
$Path={".","D:\\WNMATH22\\","D:\\WNMATH22\\packages\\","D:\\WNMATH22\\packages\\preload\\"};

default.ma and defaults.ma only contain many times "fontset = ...."
after
(*^

::[	frontEndVersion = "Microsoft Windows Mathematica Notebook Front End Version 2.2";
	microsoftWindowsStandardFontEncoding;
	fontset = title, "Helv", 24, L0, center, nohscroll, bold;

SECOND PROBLEM:
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My MMa 2.2 often refuses to load Notebooks like "Statistics``blabla`"
I try "<<" Need", ... but if MMa 2.2 had a bad sleep nothing works.
Sometimes I dont have any problems.
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Anybody any idea what's wrong ?

TIA


Jan Holland
email: txp at pi.net
Jan Holland            email: txp at pi.net
Survival is better with win-win combinations.


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