#5166

chjfth
Member

I can’t believe you said that. I’ve tried it on at least three Windows machines(WinXP SP2 & Win2000 SP4 both involved), and they all exhibit what I’ve said. Just create an empty file, press F11 and select “C++”, then key in () “()”, — quotes should be keyed in. You see yourself whether the round brackets in the quotes are highlighted. In case yourself are cofused by what you will be seeing, please install EmEditor v6 and compare to it.

If you demand a real Windows environment, please download this VMware virtual machine(brand new Win2000 Simplified Chinese version) and install EmEditor v7 RC6 in it and see. http://down.nlscan.com/Misc/Internet-Keep-Ref/_vmware-5-Win2kchs-nsExec-bug.7z