[REBOL] Re: tiny annoyance...
From: alex:webinstinct at: 30-Nov-2001 22:54
Well, if you're using Gnome, you can create a launcher and check the box
that's saying "Run in shell". Then, it'll open the shell window
(frozen) and the view window. When you press "Console", the View goes
away and console starts in that shell window.
On Thu, 2001-11-29 at 17:55, Alan Swithenbank wrote:
> I finally got around to downloading a nontimedout version
> to run REBOL/View on my IRIX machines again...;^)
> ...which works fine. But, I set up an alias to start View
> that kicks it into backgroud so the shell I start it in
> doesn't freeze. Only problem there is when you select Console
> and the REBOL/View desktop goes away, you have to remember
> which shell you started View in to bring the console into
> the foreground...only a problem when you've been working
> away and don't recall which shell that was...
> I poked about in the docs a bit, but didn't see, is there
> a way to get View to open its own console shell, rather
> than relying on the shell it was opened in?
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