Number: 976

Date:  4-May-84 10':30':00

Submitter: Sannella.PA

Source: Barrera.pasa

Subject: Want way to tell Tedit to bring up the last file edited

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Status: Declined


Problem Type: Design - UI

Impact: Annoying

Difficulty: Easy

Frequency: Everytime

Priority: Perhaps

System: Text

Subsystem: TEdit



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["Masinter" " 4-Sep-84 15':04':54" Status':(Wish->Open)]'
["Sybalsky" "12-Sep-84 13':45':46" Attn': Status':(Open->Declined) Description':]

Description: '
Date': 27 Apr 84 11':11 PST'
From': Barrera.pasa'
Subject': TEdit': Tedit of last edited file'
cc': Barrera.pasa'
TEdit-System-Date':  2-Mar-84 16':54':27'
Lisp-System-Date':  9-Apr-84 18':28':19'
Machine-Type': Dolphin'
Is there some way that I can tell Tedit to bring up the last file edited in Tedit without having to specify the name of the file?'
When I just call (Tedit), the previous Tedit window is opened with the old file''s contents, but then it is rapidly cleared.  Is there some way I can override this clearing?'
Thank you, '
[There is none, and there is no easy way to do it.]'


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Edit-By: Sybalsky

Edit-Date: 12-Sep-84 13':45':46