[R] Tinn-R related problem

AlisonT alison.towerton at gmail.com
Thu Nov 19 22:17:50 CET 2009


As of last night I have this exact same problem, Enter, Backspace and the
arrow keys do not work for me in TinnR! I am using windows vista prof on a
64bit laptop. I have uninstalled, re-installed many times and even cleaned
the registry etc. Does anyone know of a reason and a fix for this problem?
thanks
Alison



davidseres wrote:
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> David Hewitt wrote:
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>>> 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 used Tinn-R with R on Win XP ever since I started with R, and I've
>> never had this problem. The only immediate thing that comes to mind is
>> that you should be installing R in SDI mode to get it working with
>> Tinn-R. At least that's what they say, and I've never tried it the other
>> way (MDI). Maybe just uninstall R and Tinn-R, then reload R, use Custom
>> installation and pick SDI, then reinstall Tinn-R. Worth a shot.
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>> 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.
>>> 
>> 
>> If that's the case, I can't help. What occurred "a few weeks ago" that
>> might have been related? Did you upgrade R?
>> 
>> 
> 
> I am using R in the SDI mode.
> I can't really recall what happened a few weeks ago. There is too much
> going on on my laptop. But yes, I've upgraded R to 2.6.2 but I don't
> remember this causing the problem.
> 

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