Re: Fn+F3

Wayne Venables (wvenable@sfu.ca)
Wed, 05 Feb 1997 11:39:40 -0800

At 08:54 AM 2/5/97 -0800, you wrote:

>Pressing Fn+F3 creates a state file for the app that you are in: it
>doesn't free up any memory, it uses up more! A way to delete state files
>that have been created on the internal drive is to do a soft reset. To
>close a program that resides on a card, tap the card icon.

You have that backwards... Fn-F3 deletes the state file, closing the
application normally creates the state file. (Try it yourself and you'll
see that pressing Fn-F3 causes the app to forget its state).

Later,