- May 10, 2010 at 8:15 pm #8440
Emeditor can show that a line has been changed by showing the line number in the left margin as bold. I think it would a nice feature with a color indicator in the left margin to show changed/unchanged lines like in Visual Studio 2010. It’s much easier to see compared to the bold line number.
An example of the color indicator can be shown in the third image using the link below:
Visual Studio 2010 is just one example and i have seen the same kind of color indicator in other editors as well.
-ganMay 10, 2010 at 11:30 pm #8442
I use Visual Studio, so I understand what you mean. I might consider that feature in future versions.
Thanks for your inputs!June 16, 2010 at 9:06 am #8598
I would vote for this for sure.
I have been using Netbeans for a couple of months at work and one of the only things that I do like about it is the way that it highlights changes based on Subversion data. When I’m working on a file I can see which lines do not match the most recent update in my directory. Not asking for something that advanced (though it would be nice) but something that shows which lines have been changed since the file was opened would be VERY gratefully received. I’m currently using v9 but this is one of those things that I think need implementing and would definitely upgrade to v10 if it was only available in that 😀June 16, 2010 at 8:57 pm #8609
Thank you for using EmEditor Professional. We are releasing v10 very soon, so unfortunately we don’t have enough time to implement this feature, but we might consider that in future versions.
Thanks again for your inputs!
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