I haven't used SEU in so long I didn't even know it had those O commands.

What I do in WDSCi is the same thing I would do in any Windows application -
copy the lines from the one member, select the lines to be replaced in the
other member, and then paste. Since I do a lot of text manipulation in
Windows apps, that's natural for me; the SEU line commands are arcane by
comparison. To each his own, I guess.

Dave Shaw
Mohawk Industries

----- Original Message ----- From: "Vern Hamberg" <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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To copy between members, go to SEU and hit F15 ;-)

actually this is one of the things that kind of bothers me about WDSC
and its descendants - you can't use the line commands between members -
consider, how would you do an overlay (O or OO) between members, easily!

Dave Shaw wrote:
I think the SEU line commands only work within a member (view?), not
members. To copy between members, you can either use the Windows
that others have suggested, or the LPEX mark/copy (Alt-L, Alt-C, for

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