- May 23, 2007 at 1:07 pm #4376
Great product, I have been using the professional version of a long time – keep up the good work!
I was wondering if it is possible to configure EmEditor to match markup tags (html, xml, xhtml), i.e. find the closing tag for an opening tag.
Thanks for any help.May 23, 2007 at 8:59 pm #4381
You or I could write a macro to find a matching tag — for instance, if the cursor is on “<table", then the macro should find "</table", and go to that position. Is this something you would like to do?June 12, 2007 at 10:35 am #4425
I’m not sure I am up to the task. I think it would be a killer feature though. With so many mark-up types (html, xhtml, xml, rss, etc.) to would be a really cool to see where tags are closed.
It would be great when reading markup and would also prove invaluable when checking tags are closed correctly without running the CSE validator plug-in (nice plug-in by the way), or if you want to grab a node to copy and paste into another document.
Maybe an idea for a future release?
Keep up the good work! EmEditor isn’t just good to have, it is essential!
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