Mike L. wrote:
> Whenever vers. 4.0 is opened, there is a message "no HOME found."
Not whenever. Only if you didn't set up a HOME...
> From what could be learned from "help", this folder contains the
> wgnuplot.ini file.
No. It contains gnuplot.ini, not wgnuplot.ini. They're different files
with similar, but distinct purposes.
> Then, I made up HOME folders with the wgnuplot.ini file in them, putting
> them all over on my C and E drives; but that error message, "no HOME found"
> still comes up whenever I start(???)
Of course --- HOME is not a folder, it's an environment variable that
tells the program where your home directory is. Read "help startup"
carefully to learn more about this.
> One thing noticed: the option "Update wgnuplot.ini" doesn't seem to work.
> Customizations made to the grid do not survive a restart!
I think I must have asked this half a dozen times already: *what*
customizations are you talking about?
In a nutshell: wgnuplot.ini only saves what you configured through the
right-click menus. What you configured by 'set' commands at the command
lines, you'll have to put into gnuplot.ini, if you're really sure you
want it to become the startup behaviour of gnuplot.