After upgrading UltraEdit from 15.00.0 to 15.10
.0 I noticed this problem. The feature to reload files at startup seems to be partially broken. It is no longer re-opening the project that was open when I exited UE, and thus doesn't open that project's "open" files. Instead, UE opens whatever files were last open when no project was open.
Here are my configuration settings:
- File Handling -> Advanced -> "Open from Explorer also loads file list"
- File Handling -> Load -> "Reload files previously open on startup"
(the option for reloading FTP files is not enabled -- I don't work with FTP files)
- File Handling -> Miscellaneous -> "Close all files when opening or switching projects"
I have one project file, called Common.prj, which I use solely for remembering & reloading the files I last had open. I use this project instead of just the reload feature because upgrading to new versions of UE in the past has sometimes cleared it's memory of "open files".
After upgrading from 15.00.0 to 15.10.0, UE opened a couple files I hadn't used in a long time, and did not auto-open the Common.prj project.
When I open the Common.prj project, it closes all other files first (correctly) and opens the last files that had been open while using this project (correctly).
When I then exit and re-run UE, it still does not open the project, and still opens the old files.
Anyone else have this issue? Am I missing some new configuration option?