May 21, 2013 at 11:48 pm #11058
Today, we are releasing EmEditor Professional v13 beta 11 (12.9.11).
Updates from beta 10 include:
– The Prompt when No Undo Infomation is Available check box and the Prompt when EmEditor cannot Open the Clipboard check box was added to the Edit tab of the Customize dialog box.
– Fixed other bugs.
Please see EmEditor Professional v13 New Features.
=== To Download ===
Please click one of the links below to download. The Update Checker is not available for beta versions.
http://www.emeditor.com/pub/emed32_12.9.11.exe (32-bit installer)
http://www.emeditor.com/pub/emed64_12.9.11.exe (64-bit installer)
http://www.emeditor.com/pub/emed32_12.9.11_portable.zip (32-bit portable)
Since this is a beta version, there might be some bugs left, and that is normal. Only English and Japanese user interfaces are up-to-date. The Help is not up-to-date.
This beta release can be tried with a registration key for v12. Registration keys for v13 will be different from the keys for v12. When v13 is released, some customers will need to purchase upgrades. If you purchase v12 now, you will receive a free key for v13 when v13 is released.
To change from EmEditor Professional to EmEditor Free, select the Quick Launch (CTRL+Q) on the Tools menu, type “downgrade”, and press Enter twice. To change from EmEditor Free to EmEditor Professional, select the Quick Launch (CTRL+Q) on the Tools menu, type “upgrade”, and press Enter twice.
Thank you for continue using EmEditor!May 24, 2013 at 10:09 am #11065
I tested my reports from an earlier beta in this version (beta 11) and found the following:
My Makefile configuration mask (“Makefile*”) is now displayed in the Open/Save dialog twice, so that the entry looks like:
Makefile (Makefile*) (Makefile*)
Quick Launch columns are now saved, confirm. Thanks for fixing it!
Now Ctrl+click+drag indeed selects by words, but only the first time. If there is already some selection, Ctrl+click+drag still selects by characters.
Seems to be fixed.
In addition, I found one more problem.
a) Select a line including its terminating newline character (e.g. by clicking on the left border containing the line numbers) and copy it to the clipboard.
b) Now make multi-selection with several such “complete” lines (each including the newline).
c) Press Ctrl+V.
Result: The newlines are lost, and all the selected lines become merged with the following lines.May 25, 2013 at 7:00 pm #11069
Thanks for your reports.
1. 3. These will be fixed on the next beta version.
This is currently the specification. That is because when pasting text with NL, EmEditor will ignore the NL when pasting in multiple selections. In future versions, I might make it possible to paste text with NL.
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