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  • #8691

    zhouzh2
    Participant

    Hi Dear Yutaka,
    I would like the main window of emeditor to be controllable when the numbering dialog popped up, just like how the find & replace dialog functions.
    Also, I think the numbers inserted is better to be placed under a same column, rather than create newlines for each number inserted. so I can create:

    list[1]
    list[2]
    list[3]
    ...

    with 2 steps: vertical mode and the number feature.

    #8694

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello zhouzh2,

    Thanks for you inputs! I might consider making the Numbering dialog modeless in future versions.

    As for the column, you can first make a vertical selection before selecting the Numbering as you might already know. I might think about that, but this has to be an option if I change this behavior.

    Thank you for using EmEditor!

    #8706

    zhouzh2
    Participant

    Hi Yutaka,
    No I don’t know about that 😕 Thanks for the tip, it helps a lot. 😀

    this has to be an option if I change this behavior.

    Though I can’t find an option why you should change it …its just that other editors’ numbering feature behaves like that—-numbers inserted is always under a same column. I personally prefer that…our current method is strange (I think), after all why would a user wants to create a huge number of newlines with only sequence numbers in each line?

    #10331

    Stefan
    Participant

    About

    EmEditor Professional 10 New Features
    http://www.emeditor.com/modules/feature1/rewrite/tc_36.html#numbering

    I want to suggest to add an option “[X]Skip empty lines”

    To get

    001 Line of code xxyxyxc
    002 Line of code xxyxyxc

    003 Line of code xxyxyxc
    004 Line of code xxyxyxc

    005 Line of code xxyxyxc
    006 Line of code xxyxyxc
    007 Line of code xxyxyxc

    instaed of

    001 Line of code xxyxyxc
    002 Line of code xxyxyxc
    003
    004 Line of code xxyxyxc
    005 Line of code xxyxyxc
    006
    007 Line of code xxyxyxc
    008 Line of code xxyxyxc
    009 Line of code xxyxyxc

    Thank You.

    #10523

    Stefan
    Participant

    .

    Yutaka wrote:
    Please let me know again if new features didn’t show up when the new major beta version becomes available.

    .

    Stefan wrote:

    I want to suggest to
    * add an option “[X]Skip empty lines”
    * add an option “[X]Restart numbering after empty lines”

    .

    #10914

    Stefan
    Participant

     
    Hi Yutaka,

    I want to suggest to
    * add an option “[X]Skip empty lines”
    * add an option “[X]Restart numbering after empty lines”

    what do you think about this improvement?
    Do you consider to add this feature into the next release?

    Thanks for any feedback.

     

    #10946

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello Stefan,

    These options will be added on v13.

    Thanks!

    #10947

    Stefan
    Participant

     
    Thank you very much for feedback.

    To not disturb you that much
    I will not answer on all status messages of you
    if I have nothing more to say than Thank You.

    Only if I think I should mention new ventilations,
    for you to consider them beforehand the implementing is done.

    I hope that is fine with you.

     

    #10957

    Stefan
    Participant

     

    Posted on: 4/17/2013 1:12 am
    EmEditor Professional v13 beta (12.9.0) released!

    “Skip Empty Lines” and
    “Restart Numbering after Empty Lines” check boxes
    were added to the “Insert Numbering” dialog box

    Work as wanted, thanks.

    For them who don’t know how to use:
    – do an zero-width selection in front or at the end (or even in the middle)
    of the lines you want to add numbers on.
    (e.g.: hold Alt-key, press left mouse-key and draw a tiny line down)

    – press At+N to open the “Insert Numbering” dialog box,
    made your settings and click at OK, the numbers are inserted.

    Extra tip: you can even enter leading zeros
    into the ‘First Line’ field >>> [ 001 ]

    You may want to add additional signs like ‘.) ‘ after the numbers?
    Then just do that after the insertion,
    but while still in selection mode. Just type it!

    Or do an another zero-width selection and add the signs at an second step.
    (you will have to remove this additional signs from
    the beforehand empty lines in between, if any, though)

    .

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