S with no changes, relocates the pointer to the bottom of the file

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  • #25517
    PlyExplorer
    Participant

    Hi,

    Is there any way to redefine a secondary characteristic with <Ctrl>S, when there are no changes?

    It works as expected when a change was made. It saves everything, and the pointer remains where it is.

    But if there were no changes, then a reflexive <Ctrl>S will relocate your window to the bottom of the file. I’d prefer for the display to remain exactly where it was.

    Regards,

    #25518
    Clay Martin
    Keymaster

    Hi,
    Try this, Hit Cntl-s then press setup button, then verify that the option “return cursor to original position” is checked.

    Thanks,
    Clay

    #25524
    PlyExplorer
    Participant

    Hi Clay,

    I don’t see a setup button. Which line is that supposed to be on?

    I tried going into the Command Mapping Definitions, and I don’t see anything resembling

    return cursor to original position

    How do I attach an image, so you can see my dialog box? In the Command Mapping dialog box for Save File, it asks for the Type (Macro, Program, Help File, etc.), the Primary & Secondary keys, Disabled Identifier, and other Options.

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