Re: [R] Tinn-R related problem

From: Mario Maiworm <mario.maiworm_at_uni-hamburg.de>
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2008 14:15:10 +0100

david,
all I can tell you that I am using TINN-R 1.19.4.7 on a win xp prof sp2 machine and it runs just fine. I also use AutoHotkey, a hotkey (key shortcuts) program which overwrites all program-specific keystrokes. could it be an issue with keystrokes that are assigned elsewhere?? take a look at your shortcuts_default.txt file...
Mario.  


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>>>
>>> Greetings!
>>>
>>> I have an issue with an R editor (namely Tinn-R). A few
>>> weeks ago all of a sudden the backspace, enter and
>>> direction keys were not working. I updated Tinn-R to the
>>> newest version but still no sollution. After this I tried
>>> reinstalling it (prior to that I removed Tinn-R and deleted
>>> all the "leftovers" manually) and still no change. In every
>>> other execution (e.g.
>>> when I save a file) every key works fine.
>>> I've been looking up tons of forums about this issue and
>>> have posted questions but haven't found any reasonable
>>> answer. From what I have read in the other forums I believe
>>> this issue is not necessarily R or Tinn-R related but might
>>> be some hidden Windows settings (I'm using XP) but of this
>>> I'm not sure.
>>> Any suggestions?
>>>
>>> David
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