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Disable cannot enable breakpoint(s) message

Asked by Jim Hokanson on 26 May 2011

Is it possible to disable the cannot enable breakpoint(s) message. This message shows up when saving a file that currently has an error and a breakpoint. Instead of the breakpoint simply not being enabled, a popup box tells me that an error is present and thus the breakpoint cannot be enabled.

I seem to remember possibly being able to ignore this in previous versions. Current version: 2011a


Jim Hokanson


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Answer by the cyclist on 26 May 2011
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You did used to be able to breakpoint a file that had syntax errors. But after they implemented this warning, I don't remember being able to ignore it.

I looked around the Preferences and did not see a way to do this.


the cyclist

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