oh gosh darn!!!
I have done nothing o mine since I installed. Actually a funny thing used to
happen. We used to save our scripts as text files for transport to another
system or to send via email (and because we didn’t know any better…
It used to annoy me that sql was the default save as type for me(us).
Now the sql default helps and even rescues me because when you have a crash or a
power failure toad will automatically try to save all the .sql types.
I hope you find it. I’ll keep looking… maybe we can compare some other
settings. Maybe Norm can figure it out, (smile) cheers!!!
On Sun, May 8, 2011 at 9:25 AM, dpb0000
Ok, I see what Gene is refering to. This is the "language" that is used to
parse the syntax of the data in the editor for highlighting. But it did list
the SQL filetype. Just to rule out that this was the issue I did the
1. I cloned the PL/SQL language to a new one called SQL.
2. I deleted the SQL filetype from the list of filetypes for the PL/SQL
3. I saved the PL/SQL definition.
4. I then edited the newly created SQL language definition and deleted all
filetypes except SQL.
5. I saved the SQL definition.
6. Exited TOAD.
7. Restarted TOAD.
Have an open SQL tab. Same result when attempting to do a File Save As...
PL/SQL still is the default filetype.