Posted on: 4/17/2013 1:12 am
EmEditor Professional v13 beta (12.9.0) released!
Multiple Selection Editing
The new version allows you to select multiple locations within a
document. To make multiple selections, after making one selection, make
another selection with the mouse while pressing the CTRL key.
Alternatively, you can press the F8 key, move the cursor to extend the
selection, press the F8 key again to finish the selection, move the
cursor again to go to the next selection position, and repeat this
procedure until you make all selections. Moreover, the Add Next
Occurrence command (CTRL+R) will find the same text as the word at the
cursor. The Add Next Next Occurrence command will skip the next
occurrence, but add the occurrence after the next one. The Select All
Occurrences command (CTRL+SHIFT+A) will select all the occurrences.
After you make multiple selections, you can type new text to replace all
the selections at once. Pressing the BACKSPACE key removes the last
character in each selection. Moreover, you can use many conversion
commands against the selections.
are there plans to make this available from a macro? document.selection.Mode = eeMultipleSelectionEditing;
What I had in mind:
EveryNthLine = 2
TargetLine = 25
document.selection.Mode = eeMulti;