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  • #23186

    LTT
    Participant

    Issue 1:
    In UltraEdit we can remove one of the selections by Ctrl+clicking it.
    Such an operation is a must-have for Multiple Selection Editing.
    Suppose we contiguously use “Add Next Occurrence” command and added a wrong one…

    Issue 2:
    When starting using Ctrl+clicking to make multiple points, the current cursor position should be included as the first one.
    Or please add such an option.

    Issue 3:
    “Switch Starting Point and Ending Point” command seems not working for multiple selections.

    Issue 4:
    Select a long text.
    Use “Select All Occurrences” command.
    I can delete all at once by pressing Del key.
    But if I press Backspace key instead (by mistake), it will go into delete-char-by-char mode.
    Hope there’s a way to revert to the delete-all-at-once mode.

    Issue 5:
    Select some text.
    Use “Select All Occurrences” command.
    Press Backspace key.
    Then press Del key several times. For sure these steps did nothing. But they are added into the Undo/Redo history.

    #23201

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    We fixed Issue 3 and 5 on v17.7.0. We will think about other issues in the future.
    Thanks!

    #23849

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    v18.3.0 beta 1 (v18.2.91) will address all these issues.
    As for Issue 4, you will be able to press Ctrl + Z (Undo) after you accidentally press Backspace, and then press Delete to delete all selections when v18.2.91 becomes available.

    #23966

    LTT
    Participant

    Thank you for all the enhancements!

    As for Issue 4, you will be able to press Ctrl + Z (Undo) after you accidentally press Backspace, and then press Delete to delete all selections when v18.2.91 becomes available.

    Another example:
    Select a string.
    Use “Select All Occurrences” command.
    Shift+Home.
    Backspace.
    Can I revert to delete-all-at-once mode now?

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