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EmEditor Professional v10.1.0 released!

Today, we are releasing EmEditor Professional v10.1.0.

Updates from 10.0.8 include:

– Fixed the bug that during uninstalling or updating, Explorer is displayed as a list of used files, and Explorer may spontaneously close during uninstalling or updating. The bug fix is enabled after this version is uninstalled, so you still might experience the bug when you update to this version.

– Fixed the bug where printing files in the Binary (Hexadecimal view) mode.

– Fixed the bug that when a very large CSV/TSV file is opened, there is a long pause after the file is finished opened.

– Fixed the bug where eeupdate.exe is still run even when “Do not check updates” is selected for the Update Checker options.

– After opening a file as CSV/TSV mode, when reloading the file, the file used to switch to the normal mode. Now it will not switch to the normal mode.

– Fixed the bug of the Paste with Quotes and Returns command.

– Fixed the bug of the hexadecimal escape sequence (x{hhhh}) for the replace string.

– A part of the Help was translated into the Korean language.
=== To Download ===

If you are already using EmEditor Professional 10.0.x, you can Check for Updates on the Help menu to download the update.

Beginning this version, the trial becomes the same as the full-version (as it was in v8 and earlier), and simply entering a registration key during the trial will switch the program to the full-version.

Notes:

v10 key is different from v8 and v9 keys. In order to use v10, you must have a v10 key. If you have purchased older versions of EmEditor Professional (v4-9), you can request a v10 key on the Purchase Page of Emurasoft Customer Center: https://www.emurasoft.com/support/ before November 1, 2011.

Please read an important message “Paid upgrades for licenses purchased on or after November 1, 2011″

Thank you for using EmEditor Professional!

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