[ct-user] Re: Super Check Partial Window
Sat, 17 Nov 2001 10:09:00 -0400
Used to be that, once you liked the window arrangements, you
would type the command COLORSAVE. That would save the
window (and colors, if you changed them) locations in a file called
COLORS.INI. If CT can find this file when starting a fresh .BIN file, it
uses the stored window locations.
Used to work this way. Maybe broken in later versions?
On 17 Nov 2001, Mike Gilmer - N2MG wrote:
> I'm virtually certain that one MUST use a mouse to
> position the windows AND that the positions are stored
> in the .bin file.
> It's been recommended on this reflector (N5NJ for one)
> that a good way to recall these settings is to create
> a dummy .bin file (call it default.bin) with
> everything the way you like. Then before each
> contest, copy it to another file (say CQWW01.bin) and
> use that to start CT (you'll have to reset the contest-
> specific stuff). Even if you don't move windows
> around, the other data that you'll not need to reload
> is worth the trouble.
> 73 Mike N2MG
> On Fri, 16 November 2001, David Robbins wrote:
> now i think the window
> > positions are stored in the log file so you would have to hook up a
> > mouse, set them the way you want them for that log then restart
> > without the mouse. i don't know of any way to move windows without
> > a mouse.
> > for the ct-user list... is there any way to move windows without a
> > mouse that i have missed somewhere? or is there a way to save a
> > default window setup for initializing new logs?
> > NB1B wrote:
> > >
> > > Dave
> > >
> > > Do you know any way to get the super check partial window to open
> > > in the upper right hand corner of the screen? I know I can drag
> > > it there with the mouse, but my CT computer is mouse-less. Any
> > > way to do it with the keyboard?
> > >
> > > Thanks.
> > >
> > > Dennis NB1B
> > --
> > David Robbins K1TTT
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