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In delphi 1 can i get the last project i was working on to open up instead of a new project or a specify a particular project to open on start up every time ?
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Try selecting the autosave environment option. That should save the environment as you were last using it and reload it when you open up Delphi
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Hi dapple,

Sure, if you go to (in D1)  menu option File. Then totally beneeth you find your last projects you were working on.

If you instead do Open Project, you can load a project from disk.

Regards, Zif.


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I don't know but is there a recent file ine D1??? If yes then just go there...

//Viktor
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viktor,

 recent files are displayed on the bottom of the file menu option, just like I said in previous comment.

Zif.
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that works
ziftab i didnt mean how to open a file i meant when i open delphi the project opens automatically with out having to use open or the file history
thanks for  the help

Da
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