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Re: st: do editor (resized) pinned to always on top


From   "Vladimir Vakhitov" <vvakhitov@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: do editor (resized) pinned to always on top
Date   Mon, 31 Mar 2008 22:11:17 -0400

I use Alt+Tab to switch between windows. It's fast and the do-file
doesn't clog the main window.

I also created a small sound file and run it with -shell- command as
the last command in the do-file every time when I run Stata in the
background (or when the execution time is too long, so that I could do
something else).

Vladimir.


2008/3/31, Buzz Burhans <buzzb3@verizon.net>:
> I have another request/suggestion loosely related to my posts earlier today
>  regarding troubleshooting -do- files.  It would be very helpful if the -do-
>  file editor window could be pinned open or set to "always on top" while
>  working with Stata.  I usually resize it to a small portion of the screen so
>  I can see my results screen while I run a selection from the do file -but of
>  course when I navigate in the results window or another Stata window the
>  -do- editor disappears to the task bar because it gets automatically
>  minimized.
>
>  It would be a great asset to have the -do- editor window remain visible.
>
>  Thanks for listening, and again, no response is necessary.
>
>  Buzz
>
>  Buzz Burhans, Ph.D.
>
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>
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