Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 13:50:52 -0400
Reply-To: "Dezainde, Francois" <francois.dezainde@BELL.CA>
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From: "Dezainde, Francois" <francois.dezainde@BELL.CA>
Subject: Re: turning off the explorer, results and enhanced editor
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On Sun, 15 Apr 2001 12:25:19 -0400, Znarf Akfak
>Thanks all for the replies to my question. I appreciated Paige's
>of things these windows are useful for. I can already see the usefulness
>the explorer window. However, at the moment, I could easily work for a day
>without using these features and the extra windows complicate the
>am used to in SAS. So, I presently have them turned off.
>Several persons noted that the explorer and results windows can be turned
>by changing the 'dmsexp' setting in the config file to 'nodmsexp'.
>Although I don't know an autoexec/config setting to turn off the enhanced
>editor, it can be done using the menus by going to:
>tools - options - preferenes - edit
>And yes I do get comments on my name sometimes, usually through the
>>I'm fairly new to version 8.01 for windoze and I'm not really sure of the
>>advantages of the new windows - explorer, results and the enhanced editor.
>>So, I think I want to have SAS start with these new windows turned off, at
>>least until I figure out what they are useful for. Could someone let me
>>know how to do this, preferably in autoexec.sas?
To disable the Enhanced Editor, use -NOENHANCEDEDITOR system option.