But if I do so,
the problem is that the shell is restarted,
so previous calculations are lost.

Maybe a third run option should be available:
- change folder in current shell, and execute file without restarting the shell

Thanks,
Dietrich


On Thursday 22 September 2016 10:32:56 Almar Klein wrote:
> To set the working directory to the script you run, use “run as script”.
> 
> If you mark a directory as a project (i.e. star it), you can press the star
> and select “go to this directory in the shell”.
> 
> Regards,
>   Almar
> 
> From: Dietrich Pescoller

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