[1/4] from: rcm:formix:au at: 27-Sep-2008 12:18
Hello list, How can I stop these wretched public sub-directories popping up whenever I run a rebol script from a new location? it's only started since I installed v. 2.7.6 Cheers, Rosemary -- message ends
[2/4] from: anton::wilddsl::net::au at: 27-Sep-2008 15:23
Hi Rosemary, Maybe try the --noinstall (-i) command line option. (Type usage in the rebol console for options.) Hope that helps, otherwise, what platform are you on ? Regards, Anton. Rosemary de Dear wrote:
[3/4] from: rcm::formix::com::au at: 28-Sep-2008 21:07
Dear Anton, Thanks for that, however, I generally run View scripts via Windows Explorer (XP). Regards, Rosemary On Sat, 27 Sep 2008 15:23:52 +1000, Anton Rolls <anton-wilddsl.net.au> wrote:
> Hi Rosemary, > Maybe try the --noinstall (-i) command line option.
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[4/4] from: anton::wilddsl::net::au at: 30-Sep-2008 1:32
It didn't work ? I thought maybe you need to alter the .r filetype association command line, adding the --noinstall option in those settings. If I remember correctly, you open Explorer, then View / Filetypes, then select .r from a long list and look for the rebol executable filename. There, or thereabouts, is where you add the --noinstall option. Forgive me if I'm stating the obvious. Regards, Anton. Rosemary de Dear wrote:
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