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  • #4426

    psi
    Member

    How to higlight $(dollar) on doubleclick in PHP-files?

    When I click twice on some word -> it’s highlighted and I can copy it (Ctrl+C) and paste(Ctrl+V) where ever I whant.
    Great!
    But in PHP-files variables begin on $. If I click twice -> $ is not highlighted. That is a problem 🙂 because I have to manually write $ while pasting (Ctrl+V) variable.
    How can I include $ in double click highlighting?

    Thanks.

    #4430

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Currently, you cannot change this behavior. You will need to move the mouse to the left to include $ while pressing the mouse button.

    #10219

    hamasaki
    Member

    Hello Yutaka,

    This wasn`t available 5 years ago, is it available now? I have purchased emEditor and am very happy with it, but I would love to be able to double click a PHP variable and include the $ symbol?

    Thank you.

    #10223

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    If you add ‘$’ to the “Treat the following characters as alphanumeric” text box in the Edit tab of the Customize dialog box (Tools – Customize), you will be able to double click a variable like “$abc”.

    Thank you!

    #10229

    hamasaki
    Member

    Hi Yutaka,

    That works great, thank you very much. 🙂

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