Hi Michael, I dont know why it doesnt work for you. I just clicked on the
link now and it works for me. Try copying the link and pasting it in your
browser. The article is about searching for specific keywords in
SuperBASIC, SBASIC and compiled BASIC without the use of an external

PS Apologies if Im top-posting or bottom-posting or whatever one objects
to. Im not at home, with my normal email client, and am at the mercy of
whatever my browser-based email client thinks appropriate. (HELL is stupid
programs that THINK they are clever (or rather those who made them))

On 19 August 2017 at 12:17, Michael Bulford via Ql-Users <
ql-users@lists.q-v-d.com> wrote:

>     On Thu, 17 Aug 2017 21:08:31, Per Witte <pjwi...@online.no> wrote:
>     > Thats a nice solution. Not sufficient for all manner of keywords,
> though. A
>     > more general solution for checking for relevant toolkits in boot
> programs,
>     > without having to load a toolkit to do so can be found in this
> article:
>     > http://www.hunggartorino.it/ql/findkey/ (also available in Italian!)
> Hi Per, I cannot get the above link to work.  It says not found.
>     On Thu, 17 Aug 2017, 16:54:32, Duncan  <matras...@aol.com> wrote:
>     Hi Lee, If booting from a Win drive  on the first instance of needing
> to load the Turbo toolkit check for the     existence of a file on the boot
> device called "TTKLoaded", or similar. If the file does not exist create it
> and     load TurboTK. If the file is found to exist do not load the
> toolkit. At the end of the session tidy up the boot     device by deleting
> this file. Not elegant but practical.
> Hi Duncan,
> But what if during the session the QL crashes?  The TTKLoaded file will
> remain on the Win drive, and the next time the QL session is started, it
> won't work properly.  A nice idea though.  Another way of doing this is to
> use environment variables, which I use myself.  The details are here:
> http://www.dilwyn.me.uk/tk/env.zip
> Michael
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