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After a submit and recall, my program editor doesn't display the full text of my code. Only a few lines at the top, the rest of the window is blank. Scrolling up or down works but on the the few lines a the top. Ctrl-home will 'reset' the display. Zoom on, off, etc doesn't fix it but can get more lines to show. I typically submit my source code in full using a mapped function key with these commands: log; clear; output; clear; wpgm; submit; wpgm; recall; output I have the 'use enhanced editor' option clicked off. anybody else seeing this? Any suggestions for a fix? I just reinstalled xp/pro and a newer verison of SAS on my computer due to a hard disk failure. I didn't have this problem with the older version of SAS. (about 2 years old) Win XP/pro, sp2, SAS for Windows 9.1.3 Service Pack 4. Thanks, Rick
Hi, I am using dm'vt work.xyz' continue; to open a table after it has been created for viewing. However I also get a blank program editor opening at the same time. I use enhanced editor - is there anyway to disable the dm command opening the program editor. Also, is there a dm command that closes a table? cheers Doug
Re: Old Program Editor in V9.1.3 sp2 Hi, I am running the old Program Editor in V9.1.3 sp2 under Win2k Pro (and regretting it :-). When I do ordinary Windozy stuff like select-copy-paste by, say, dragging the mouse-pointer to select, alt-c to copy, alt-v to paste, all of which worked fine with V8 PE, I often have a problem. The selected text evidently gets "Marked", and when I do a paste, I get unpredictable results: sometimes it fails to paste, other times it pastes -and- deletes the "Marked" text. Anyone else running PE with 9.1.3? Seen this problem? Know of a workaround or fix? Is it possible to set some obscure option in V9 PE to totally disable "Mark"?? Thanks, Peetie
It has been since v6 that I have used the program editor, as opposed to the enhanced editor. Can someone point me to the instructions for it? For instance, highlighting seems not to be an option, which means selective interactive submission is impossible. Yet, it may be possible to select lines and submit only them, but all I remember is dd, d, cc, c, etc... Thanks, Kevin Kevin Viel Department of Epidemiology Rollins School of Public Health Emory University Atlanta, GA 30322