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    I'd search for this but as most of you know, the search function doesn't like words shorter than 4 letters. Yes and No both fall into that catagory.

    I would like to change the default answer for yes/no comments to no. Right now, it is at yes. I want no to be highlighted so I can answer no simply by hitting the done button or enter. Anyone know if this can be done? A change in the settings editor maybe?

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    Originally posted by Goodluck View Post
    I'd search for this but as most of you know, the search function doesn't like words shorter than 4 letters. Yes and No both fall into that catagory.

    I would like to change the default answer for yes/no comments to no. Right now, it is at yes. I want no to be highlighted so I can answer no simply by hitting the done button or enter. Anyone know if this can be done? A change in the settings editor maybe?
    I use a variable to change mine, would that work for you?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tested View Post
      I use a variable to change mine, would that work for you?
      It might but I don't see how. What I am doing is I have a yes/no and depending on the answer it either runs a section of code or skips it. Yes causes it to run, No skips it. I suppose I could change the question to make it so you answer no when you want to run the code but that would be confusing to the other operator.

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      • #4
        If your using a YES/NO comment you can put that into a variable and use that to turn them on or off.

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        • #5
          Can't you just change the question so that the scenario you want to default is yes?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Goodluck View Post
            It might but I don't see how. What I am doing is I have a yes/no and depending on the answer it either runs a section of code or skips it. Yes causes it to run, No skips it. I suppose I could change the question to make it so you answer no when you want to run the code but that would be confusing to the other operator.
            Originally posted by craiger_ny View Post
            Can't you just change the question so that the scenario you want to default is yes?

            Craig,

            You are getting Paul / Ranger disease. Not reading all the details.
            Besides if Goodluck's monkeys are like yours............
            I swear someone posted this once. I have never done it.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by John Kingston View Post
              Craig,

              You are getting Paul / Ranger disease. Not reading all the details.
              Besides if Goodluck's monkeys are like yours............
              I swear someone posted this once. I have never done it.
              It's nice to know that you think so highly of me John-Boy

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              • #8
                QWE2 =COMMENT/YESNO,NO,Do you want to output the circle features?
                IF/QWE2.INPUT == "YES"
                ASSIGN/A1 = "NO"
                END_IF/
                ELSE_IF/QWE2.INPUT == "NO"
                ASSIGN/A1 = "YES"
                END_ELSEIF/

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by John Kingston View Post
                  Craig,

                  You are getting Paul / Ranger disease. Not reading all the details.
                  Besides if Goodluck's monkeys are like yours............
                  I swear someone posted this once. I have never done it.
                  Then change how it evaluates the argument. No big deal. You are not going to get a dialog that displays in monkeyspeak so work around it.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by craiger_ny View Post
                    monkeyspeak


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                    • #11
                      why not use an input comment....then have your text read...to start at blah blah blah press 1, to start at blah blah blah press 2, etc...... works great for me.
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                      • #12
                        Goodluck,
                        Did you come up with a answer?

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                        • #13
                          Nope, I can just live with what I've got.

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