The General tab allows you to set properties related to basic operations.
Specifies how lines should wrap. Select one of the following options.
|No Wrap||Does not wrap lines.|
|Specified Characters||Wraps by a specified length of characters (in bytes). The length of characters can be specified at Normal Line Margin text box or Quote Line Margin text box.|
|Window Width||Wraps according to the window width. If the window resizes, the wrapped position will resize.|
|Page Width||Wraps according to the printed page width.|
Specifies how line numbers and column position should be displayed. Select one of the following options.
|Display Coordinates||Line numbers and column positions are counted as displayed. If a line wraps, the wrapped position is counted. The column position will be restored to one at the wrapped position. A full-width character is counted as two. It can be called a word-processor-like display.|
|Logical Coord. (Full-Width Char. as 2 Col.)||Line numbers and column positions are counted by real logical lines. Lines numbers and column positions do not depend on how lines are wrapped. A full-width character is counted as two columns. A tab character is counted as one character.|
|Logical Coord. (Full-Width Char. as 1 Col.)||Line numbers and column positions are counted by real logical lines. Line numbers and column positions do not depend on how lines are wrapped. A full-width character is counted as one column. A tab character is counted as one character.|
|Logical w/Tab (Full-Width Char. as 2 Col.)||Line numbers and column positions are counted by real logical lines. Line numbers and column positions do not depend on how lines are wrapped. A full-width character is counted as two columns. A tab character is counted as if it were replaced by spaces.|
The length of lines in bytes that do not begin with quote characters when Wrapped by Specified Characters is selected.
The length of lines in bytes that begins with quote characters when Wrapped by Specified Characters is selected.
Quote character that EmEditor uses for the Quoted Line
Margin text box. It is also used by the
Specifies the maximum number of undos by the Undo command. Some command operations require multiple undo buffers, thus you might not be able to use undos up to this number specified.
Show line numbers on the left side of the window. To print line numbers when printing, you will need to check the Print Line Numbers check box on the Print page.
Show the ruler on the top of the window.
Run an Input Method Editor (IME) when running EmEditor.
Do not display a space along the left edge of the EmEditor window when line numbers are not displayed.
Display page numbers. Page break lines will be drawn, and page numbers will be displayed in the status bar to show in which page the cursor is located. If line numbers are displayed, the line numbers are based from the top of each page. Page numbers might not be displayed if a printer is unavailable.
If this box is checked, you can insert a control character by typing CTRL + an alphabetical key, or CTRL + SHIFT+ an alphabetical key, as long as it is not configured elsewhere as a shortcut key. If this box is not checked, you cannot insert a control character in this way.
If this box is checked, the return methods will be preserved at copy and paste. For instance, the LF only returns will be copied and pasted to another location with LF only returns.
If this box is checked, text is pasted from the Clipboard not as Unicode, but always as the system default encoding. This option is sometimes useful when you want to copy text from other applications that have a problem converting text from the system default encoding to Unicode.
When this is checked, the cursor can move beyond the end of each line, and spaces are inserted when a character is inserted beyond the end of each line.
Press this button to display the Tab/Indent dialog box to specify Auto Indent settings.
Resets to default settings. The Reset dialog box will be displayed and will allow you to copy from another configuration.
You can also move to the following dialog box from this page.
Tab/Indent Dialog Box (Select the Tab/Indent button)