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  • #7679
    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    EmEditor Professional 9.00 RC trial is available for download.

    Updates from beta 2 include:

    – 16 New button on the toolbar were added.
    – An arrow was added to the (Paste) button on the toolbar, and clicking the arrow display the list of recently used text on the Clipboard.
    – Fixed other bugs.

    Please download

    http://www.emeditor.com/pub/emed900rc1ep32_trial.msi (English, 32-bit)

    The About dialog box shows the “Trial Version”. This beta version expires in 30 days or on November 30, 2009, whichever comes first. Before this date, you will need to update to then newer version, or install the full version.

    The portable version can be produced from the Import/Export wizard on the Tools menu after you use the installer. However, the portable version runs slower than the one using the Registry.

    Please let me know earlier rather than later if you have any bug reports or comments. Thanks!

    #7681
    SSTSylvain
    Participant

    Hi, …

    EmEditor Professional 9.00 RC trial

    Where is the x64 version ?

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    Sylvain St-Amand (sst)

    #7682
    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    sst wrote:
    Hi, …

    EmEditor Professional 9.00 RC trial

    Where is the x64 version ?

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    Sylvain St-Amand (sst)

    Sorry, 64-bit version will be available only when the full-version becomes available. Thank you!

    #7683
    owilsky
    Participant
    #7684
    MariaK
    Participant

    I repeat my demand from this thread:

    Give us the full handle about all commands within a toolbar. The current situation is unsatisfying and „not fish and not meat“ (german proverb).

    #7685
    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    owilsky wrote:
    All my bugs reported here are still present:
    http://www.emeditor.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=1232&forum=12

    Exactly which bugs are you talking about? Are you talking about “blue squares”? I believe blue squares are tab marks, and you can customize the marks in the Customize dialog > Marks.

    #7686
    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    MariaK wrote:
    I repeat my demand from this thread:

    Give us the full handle about all commands within a toolbar. The current situation is unsatisfying and „not fish and not meat“ (german proverb).

    Sorry Maria, but it will become too many changes if I try to provide a button for every command available. However, I might consider more customization in the future.

    #7687
    owilsky
    Participant

    But the blue marks don’t disappear when I disable marks. They turn from blue to black then.

    Second bug for me is the grey area at the end of a file. This was not this way in V8.

    #7688
    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    owilsky wrote:
    But the blue marks don’t disappear when I disable marks. They turn from blue to black then.

    Second bug for me is the grey area at the end of a file. This was not this way in V8.

    How do you disable marks? You should uncheck “Show Tabs” in the Marks tab of Configuration Properties of the selected configuration.

    The gray area corresponds to the Outside region in the Display tab of Configuration Properties. You can change the background color of this.

    #7691
    MariaK
    Participant

    @Yutaka

    Sorry Maria, but it will become too many changes if I try to provide a button for every command available. However, I might consider more customization in the future.

    Too complex? Really? (Many other high level programs provide these funtion.) What a bad news for all users, they want to individualise her editor.

    If I remember rightly, I can use a macro to build a button for any command within the toolbar. Please, can you give us a detailed example? I’m a rookie in respect of writing macros.

    #7692
    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    MariaK wrote:
    @Yutaka

    Sorry Maria, but it will become too many changes if I try to provide a button for every command available. However, I might consider more customization in the future.

    Too complex? Really? (Many other high level programs provide these funtion.) What a bad news for all users, they want to individualise her editor.

    If I remember rightly, I can use a macro to build a button for any command within the toolbar. Please, can you give us a detailed example? I’m a rookie in respect of writing macros.

    This is an example.


    #icon="c:windowsnotepad.exe"
    editor.ExecuteCommandByID(4097);

    #7693
    MariaK
    Participant

    Okay, I have written a macro, but it didn’t works. Among other things (no icon, no title, no tooltip) EmEditor giving back an error message. What’s wrong?


    (EmEditor 9.00 RC)

    #7694
    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    MariaK wrote:
    Okay, I have written a macro, but it didn’t works. Among other things (no icon, no title, no tooltip) EmEditor giving back an error message. What’s wrong?

    (EmEditor 9.00 RC)

    #icon must be the first line of the macro file.

    #7695
    owilsky
    Participant

    Yutaka wrote:

    owilsky wrote:
    But the blue marks don’t disappear when I disable marks. They turn from blue to black then.

    Second bug for me is the grey area at the end of a file. This was not this way in V8.

    How do you disable marks? You should uncheck “Show Tabs” in the Marks tab of Configuration Properties of the selected configuration.

    The gray area corresponds to the Outside region in the Display tab of Configuration Properties. You can change the background color of this.

    1.
    Regarding marks: see this screenshot with marks enabled: tabs are blue in tab mode.

    Now see this screenshot with marks disabled. Tabs are still there, but in black.

    2.
    Regarding the gray area: I see. I could change this easily by changing background colour from custom to default.
    But shouldn’t “default” be the default setting after installing EmEditor?

    #7696
    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    You can find which character is your box (□) by pressing the cursor at the left of the box (□) and press CTRL + I. Can you find what the code value is? If you still don’t know can you email me (tech@emurasoft.com) the text file after zipped?

    The gray color is now the default because if you narrow a portion of the document, you will not notice where the border is.

    Thanks!

    #7697
    MariaK
    Participant

    So simpel! Thanks, Yutaka.

    #7705
    owilsky
    Participant

    Yutaka wrote:
    You can find which character is your box (□) by pressing the cursor at the left of the box (□) and press CTRL + I. Can you find what the code value is? If you still don’t know can you email me (tech@emurasoft.com) the text file after zipped?

    The gray color is now the default because if you narrow a portion of the document, you will not notice where the border is.

    Thanks!

    I know what character it is. It is a tabulator (ASCII 09). It is a tab separated file, so this is normal. But in the new tab mode this should not be shown imo. Am I the only one with this problem?

    #7706
    MariaK
    Participant

    You are not the only one. Everybody can reproduce this „anomaly“.

    My test area: a clean installation of ‘EmEditor Pro 9.00 Trial’ (INI-Mode). Tabs enabled; Marks disabled; setable Marks are not defined; TSV Mode enabled.

    Bug or feature?

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