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== First Row of Buttons ==
 
== First Row of Buttons ==
These buttons are mostly more about the application as an application than they are about tweets.  Still they can be very useful.  The <Edit Parms> button controls a lot about how the application runs, the <Edit Log> button can be useful in debugging and tracking your work.
 
  
 
* <Edit Log> opens an editor on the system ( needs to be configured in parameter file self.ex_editor = <name of executable or link> ) to view the python logging file for the app.
 
* <Edit Log> opens an editor on the system ( needs to be configured in parameter file self.ex_editor = <name of executable or link> ) to view the python logging file for the app.

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