not sure if this is new (probably not): with the latest windows snapshot
it seems that running the 'open' command in a script closes the current
datafile without asking the user even if the file has unsaved changes. I
find this problematic because it has just caused me some (minor) dataloss.
Thank you for providing the dmg for Mac Leopard users.
I have just tested it (the 1.7.0 version). This version of Gretl
does not start X11 from scratch. However, if it is run after X11 is
started, then I find that everything seems to work fine.
>I just noticed the new release from Christmas Day, thanks very much
>Allin and Jack!
>I could make a dmg for Intel Mac Leopard users (10.5), but before I do
>that I would like to have at least one successful report from using the
>other dmg I had prepared; Allin posted the link in a message a week ago.
I just noticed the new release from Christmas Day, thanks very much
Allin and Jack!
I could make a dmg for Intel Mac Leopard users (10.5), but before I do
that I would like to have at least one successful report from using the
other dmg I had prepared; Allin posted the link in a message a week ago.
For anyone who has been trying to get current gretl to run on OS X
10.5 (on intel) but has found it doesn't work:
Sven Schreiber has done a trial build on 10.5; the disk image is
It works for him. Can anyone confirm/deny that it works on their
This would be very helpful.
I have installed 1.6.5 Gretl version in different computers and the ARIMA interface is different, do you know if there could be differences in the results?
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The instruction* nulldata is not working in my script files* for some
reason. The error message is that it is not available in loop mode, even
when I am not using it with a loop
Has this instruction changed?
Thank you all,
A bit of background:
I have just installed Gretl 1.7.0 on a Dell XPS 400 running Windows XP
Professional. The computer has two LCD displays - a Dell E228WFP 22 inch
display (primary) and a Dell 2007WFP 20 inch display. Both displays are
running at the same resolution off the same graphics card.
When I generate a plot with Gretl the menu bar and part of the plot is off
screen (the plot goes to the smaller secondary screen). The plot can't be
repositioned because the cursor arrow will not go off the screen to reach
the menu bar (which seems to be necessary to move the plot).
I tried playing with wgnuplot.ini to change the default position of plots
but that did not seem to have any effect. Any suggestions? By the way, Gretl
works fine on the same hardware running under Ubuntu 7.10 (it is a dual boot