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  • #19808

    r91085
    Participant

    Is it possible to add Union of multi-word filter in Advance Filter ?

    I means I want to see the lines contained “sys” or “app” ,and I can set the two words in some way ..
    I try it in now version , but it seems only can filter in “sys” AND “app” not “sys” OR “app”?

    Someone can help me?

    Thanks a lot.

    #19809

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    You can use a regular expression. For example:

    sys|app

    Thanks!

    #19810

    r91085
    Participant

    Oh , thanks. It can work …

    But I thank if there is an UI or checkBox list for this function will be more convenient …
    When I trace debug log ,I always enable and disable some filter frequently … use regular expression is slower ….

    #19920

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello r91085,

    The logical OR operator is not included in v15.0.0 beta 1.

    https://www.emeditor.com/forums/topic/emeditor-v15-0-0-beta-1/

    Thanks!

    #19921

    r91085
    Participant

    Can I disable Advanced Filter and switch to normal filter function without Clear the setting of it?

    Now if I want to return to use normal filter, I semm to clear the setting in Advanced Filter …
    But I want to keep them for future use…..

    #19925

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    You can click the “Abort” button on the Filter toolbar to cancel the filter, and then click the “Refresh” button to resume the previously used filter.

    If you need to switch between multiple filters, you might want to record a macro. You can press Record button on the main toolbar before you do a filter operation, and then stop recording the macro. If you save the macro, you will find the filter was recorded as a JavaScript or VBScript, and you can reuse that macro. However, I might think an easier way to select a previously used advanced filter in future versions.

    Thank you,

    #19926

    r91085
    Participant

    Oh , I know I can click “Abort” button to cancel the Advanced Filter and Refresh to resume the Pre-setting.

    But when I “Abort” the Advanced Filter , I can’t use the single filter textbox on toolbar any more . It will be disable in this situation.
    The operator I told before is to switch form Advanced Filter to single filter on toolbar without Clear the setting of it.

    Any way It is great to have more easy way for multiple Advanced Filter setting switching .
    Thanks.

    #19936

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello r91085,

    The beta 3 of v15.0 addressed these issues. Please download at:

    https://www.emeditor.com/forums/topic/emeditor-v15-0-0-beta-3/

    Thanks!

    #19946

    r91085
    Participant

    Oh I try this version ,and the history of Advanced Filter is useful.

    But I find I still can’t use the single filter textbox on toolbar after I “Abort” the Advanced Filter . although the single filter textbox wasn’t disable now , but it still can’t type any word into it until you open the dialog of advanced filter then clear the content in it ….

    #19947

    r91085
    Participant

    I have another question about the “Markers Bar”.

    I always set many Markers during my work to trace log.
    Is it possible to let Markers Bar can show all items in multi-line bar ?

    It can let me use it more efficiently ..
    Thanks.

    #19952

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    If you select “Customize Markers” in the Tools menu, you will see the “Title” check box and text box where you can specify a title for each marker you define. This way, you can use shorter titles for all markers to fit in a window width.

    Thanks!

    #19953

    r91085
    Participant

    Oh, thanks for your suggestion , I have already know this way .
    But I have more than 30 markers for regular use , to rename for all of them is hard to remeber their’s real content for me …
    And some marks only have one or two dirrefent letter , it will make me confused when I use them if I assign some title for them…

    Anyway, Thanks for your reply and suggestion.

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