No help index entry for WINDOW

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#3
rconn wrote:
| vefatica wrote:
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|| There's no entry in the help's index for the WINDOW command.
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| Not reproducible here -- it's right after the _WINDIR entry.

Yes, it's there. The funny part is that as you type w, i, n WIN pops up.
When you type d nothing happens, until you type o - that's when it jumps to
Window. It is logical, just not expected from the position of _WINDIR
between WIN and Window. Note: In the index Window is capitalized as shown,
but as a command it ought to be WINDOW.
--
Steve
 
#4
vefatica wrote:

Not reproducible here -- it's right after the _WINDIR entry.

Rex Conn
JP Software
It's in mixed case; other commands are in uppercase. And has sub-entries (that lead to variable functions). That's also unlike other COMMAND name entries. I'd say again, there's no help index entry for WINDOW.
 

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#5
vefatica wrote:

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> Quote:
> Originally Posted by *rconn* View Post <showthread.php?p=1629#post1629>
> vefatica wrote:
>
> Not reproducible here -- it's right after the _WINDIR entry.
>
> Rex Conn
> JP Software
>
> It's in mixed case; other commands are in uppercase. And has sub-entries
> (that lead to variable functions). That's also unlike other COMMAND name
> entries. I'd say again, there's no help index entry for WINDOW.
It's in all upper case in the source; the Windows help compiler changes
it to mixed case.

Rex Conn
JP Software