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  • #21757

    Just
    Participant

    Hi All,

    Is it possible to install different versions of EmEditor on the same PC and run different instances on the same time?

    Thank you!

    #21764

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    No. I don’t see why you want to run different instances of different versions at the same time.
    However, you can use save different portable versions and use them at a different time.

    #21766

    Just
    Participant

    I wanted it just because of the Project Plugin. This plugin could be used just in a single group. So, when I open another files group, it cannot be used there ….

    #21769

    Just
    Participant

    “you can use save different portable versions and use them at a different time” – is there no a way to run different instances of EmEditor on the same time? no matter – portable or installed, different or same version… there is no a way?

    #21784

    sky
    Participant

    For the Project Plugin, try to check “Tools -> Customize -> Advanced -> Do not share process between documents (disables tabs) “.
    For the other requirement, try to use “Sandboxie” software.

    #21790

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    You should ask directly, you want to use the Projects plug-in with multiple instances. On the next version, I will change the “The projects plug-in can be displayed only in one group window.” message box with OK and Cancel buttons, and clicking OK will allow you to continue with multiple instances.

    #21792

    Meir
    Participant

    Hurray!

    Is that the first step of making the Projects plugin part of the core?

    Regards

    #21793

    Just
    Participant

    Great! Looking forward to the new version with the Project plug, which would be available in more than one group!

    Is there a way to add coloring to the tabs as well? If the coloring of the tabs would support regex, it will be a greatest feature!

    Thank you!

    #21799

    Meir
    Participant

    Tabs coloring should distinguish between the current file and other files. Right now it is not that obvious which is the one with the focus.

    #21800

    Just
    Participant

    “Tabs coloring should distinguish between the current file and other files” – not only ….

    Coloring the file tabs, which is based on the regex, could also be very useful …

    #21802

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    How about selecting “Button” in the Tab drop-down list in the Tab page of the Customize dialog box? The “Button” style is more clear as to which tab is active.

    #21804

    Meir
    Participant

    I for one am not sure how that will work. Can you describe it a little bit more…?

    #21807

    Just
    Participant

    Is there a way to create a list of open buttons and put it aside of the main window? I mean something like an Outline Plug-In, but with a list of the currently open tabs, which could be sorted by A-Z, etc. Is this possible? Probably is there such Plug-In already?

    #21809

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hi Meir, On this screenshot, click the first drop-down list “Style” and select “Button”.

    Tab page of Customize dialog box

    Hi Just, You can use the “Open Documents” plug-in, already installed by default.

    #21810

    Meir
    Participant

    Hi Yutaka,
    Yes indeed it is!
    Thanks!

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