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okasvi



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okasvi
I would like to see option for opening only one instance of it.
I just moved back to FasmW from PN2 and cant seem to remember/learn, before I try to open like 5files, that it opens up more than one instance Smile

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Post 27 Apr 2006, 05:56
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Madis731



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Winamp has Enqueue <= I've tried to hack this behaviour in, but I can't simulate Drag&Drop from commandline Sad so you are only left with two options:
1) Open up files from FASMW
2) Drag&Drop files to an already open application
Post 27 Apr 2006, 07:34
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okasvi



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Madis731 wrote:
Winamp has Enqueue <= I've tried to hack this behaviour in, but I can't simulate Drag&Drop from commandline Sad so you are only left with two options:
1) Open up files from FASMW
2) Drag&Drop files to an already open application



1. Explorer is so much easier to navigate with.
2. Annoying thing to do everytime, especially when cpu usage is high.

There is plenty of apps with 'Open only one instance' option, gotta look into it.

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Post 27 Apr 2006, 07:49
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okasvi



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hmm...with fasm you learn something new everyday, tonight i learned to save my sources every once in a while, especially before trying to compile... lost like 20lines of code because i did hit F10 instead of F9 and it closed to sourcefile, it did ask quickly if i want to save it before but im so quick in my moves so i pressed [enter] and 'No' was default button there -_-

20lines might not be a lot to some of you but for me it was because there was some stuff i havent done before Sad
anyway i already rewrote it and now its even better Very Happy

Tomasz, is there more of these undocumented shortcut-keys we should know about? didnt search forums but documentation said nothing about it and right-clicking the tab which pops up the menu where you can choose to close it doesnt have F10 to show that there is shortcut for it Smile
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Tomasz Grysztar



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All were documented here: http://fasm.sourceforge.net/archive/oldsite/fasmkeys.txt
I just forgot to carry it to the new site.
Note that "Close" option in right-click menu is equivalent to Esc, not F10.

PS. Just in case that link may sometimes happen to be broken, I'm attaching the copy here.


Description: keyboard shortcuts list for fasmw
Download
Filename: fasmkeys.txt
Filesize: 2.42 KB
Downloaded: 316 Time(s)

Post 08 May 2006, 04:33
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okasvi



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okasvi
oooh, didnt know about F6, i like it Very Happy
Quote:

Other keys:
....snip...
F8 (reserved for debugger)
....snip...


i like that one too Very Happy
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