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#1 RobM

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Posted 18 September 2009 - 09:31 AM

In the past few months I have experienced sporadically occurring problems with my User Tools:

In the Edit Window:
Occasionally, when I press the tab key, instead of tabbing over, it skips down to the next line as if I pressed the return key. At first I tried deleting those empty lines, saving, closing the edit window, and then reopening the edit window. This worked occasionally. But I've recently found a fix that works more consistently. I now select a large portion surrounding the problematic area then through the Display Menu I align the text Left and the problem goes away. Up to this point I haven't really worried about it, until last night when a friend of mine (who is new to Accordance and using User Tools) experienced the same thing. I showed him my fix and it's fine, but it would be better for a more permanent fix to be made.

In the User Tool window:
Occasionally, I'll open a User Tool and scroll through it and random portions will be aligned to the Center instead of to the Left as I had created it. Again, it's easy enough to simply open an edit window, select the text, and re-align the text, but since this problem seems to be related to the first (?), I thought I'd mention it.

Thanks for your help.

(begin edit:)
Oh, and the first issue has occurred in User Tool files that I've had for a long time and files that I've had for only a month or two.

I noticed that the second issue (text alignment problems in the User Tool window) has been discussed before and various solutions were offered. Now that I think about it, I may have experienced this second issue more with older User Tool files that may have become corrupted (see the discussion on "User Tool Text Distorted" for context).

Edited by RobM, 18 September 2009 - 10:00 AM.





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