On Fri, 21 May 2004 09:59:58 -0400 GMT, Ted Green wrote:
> At 02:13 AM 5/21/2004, you wrote:
>>Ug.. Well I'll try to save face somewhat.. It's helpful to have the
>>macro.vdm spelled correctly in the reg_load() command.
>>In other words, nevermind my previous message. ;-)
> Nonetheless, I am not aware of any kind of macro error, not
> even a "Johnny" , what would crash VEDIT, much less lock up the
Heh heh, well it sure did freeze my windows 2000 up. First time I
think that I've had a situation that wouldn't allow me to get to the
task manager in W2K.
Although it was my mistake, I think this might be a case where a
macro can be a show stopper. There is one other factor that I
corrected also, I was working with a fresh vedit.cfg,
startup/ustartup.vdm and Config(F_E_F_MACRO..) was set as the
default of 0. I turned this on at the same time I had noticed the
spelling error in my Reg_Load() command.
Honest, I am really not -trying- to do these silly things..