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Re: st: RE: bold
May I refine your 'pasting-strategy', Nick?
Pasting the not bold text into the do-file editor is not sufficient. But
overwriting all invisible paragraph markers does the trick.
Nick Winter schrieb:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Hans J. Baumgartner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2002 11:10 AM
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: Re: st: RE: bold
> > Thanks Nick for your hint.
> > But the thing is that it is not very comfortable to follow your
> > 'pasting-strategy' at each session. The do-file editor's default seems
> > to be bold font. That is, when I start a new file in the
> > editor the font
> > is set to bold again.
> > I run STATA under Windows2000. And I find it still very
> > annoying to read
> > my do files in bold letters from now on.
> > Further suggestions a more then appreciated.
> > Hans
> I found that with some fiddling with setting the font in
> Edit-Preferences, pasting non-bold font into the (empty) window, and
> restarting Stata, in various orders, I was able to get my default back
> to non-bold.
> But clearly this is something that StataCorp will address at some point.
> (Or will at least let us know that there is some Microsoft weirdness
> that makes it hard/impossible to fix.)
> --Nick W
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Hans J. Baumgartner
Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW Berlin)
German Institute for Economic Research
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