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Hi Darren,

The sequence number setting under the file in LPEX preference indicates
whether or not sequence numbers exist in the source (not whether or not
they are displayed in the prefix area).
Whether or not the prefix area is displayed seems to be controlled by the
profile used when editing the file.  In RSE the default for members is SEU,
which will always display the prefix area (so that you can enter SEU prefix

Hope this helps!

Violaine Batthish
CODE Project Lead
batthish@ca.ibm.com          IBMCA(BATTHISH)

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                      range.com                Subject:  [WDSCI-L] LPEX editor 

                      11/18/2002 11:28
                      Please respond to

I just installed SP3 for WDSC and decided to try out the LPEX editor again
to see how it would work.  I notice that under the LPEX editor preferences
you can hide the sequence numbers, but this does not seem to have any
affect on the actual editor because no matter how it is set I see the
sequence numbers.  Is this setting what I'm thinking its for?

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