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  • #7363

    blades018
    Member

    I was directed to the alpha version because I wanted to use the outline plugin and not have commented lines collapsible.

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    It seems like when you have two commented lines together it still gets collapsed. sample code below.
    ________________
    begin

    // begin
    // begin

    end
    ________________

    Thanks

    #7364

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    blades018 wrote:
    I was directed to the alpha version because I wanted to use the outline plugin and not have commented lines collapsible.

    Link

    It seems like when you have two commented lines together it still gets collapsed. sample code below.
    ________________
    begin

    // begin
    // begin

    end
    ________________

    Thanks

    OK. I completely misunderstood your request. Can you please describe exactly what you want EmEditor to do?

    #7365

    blades018
    Member

    Sorry for being unclear. I need to write my own custom outline for the plugin. A very simple case would be Level 1 “begin” and Level 2 “end”. Commented lines should not be collapsed. Using the simple code in the previous thread, the first commented line is still being collapsed.

    #7416

    blades018
    Member

    Does this make sense now?

    #7417

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    blades018 wrote:
    Does this make sense now?

    It makes sense now, but the current design doesn’t allow a portion of collapsed range to appear. So, it isn’t possible to show only commented lines while all the outside block collapsed.

    #7433

    blades018
    Member

    we are not on the same page. what i mean is that there should not be a plus/minus on commented lines.

    if you throw this code in the editor, it should all make sense

    // ##############
    begin // there is a minus here, which is correct

    // begin (there is a minus here, but there shouldn’t be. it is the result of the following line of code)
    // begin

    end
    // ##############

    #7435

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    blades018 wrote:
    we are not on the same page. what i mean is that there should not be a plus/minus on commented lines.

    if you throw this code in the editor, it should all make sense

    // ##############
    begin // there is a minus here, which is correct

    // begin (there is a minus here, but there shouldn’t be. it is the result of the following line of code)
    // begin

    end
    // ##############

    In the latest version of v9 alpha, you might want to uncheck “Make Comments Collapsible” text box in the Outlint properties. I hope this helps.

    #7436

    blades018
    Member

    I can see you failed to throw that portion of code in to the editor and play around with it. This is a fairly obvious bug.

    Throw away everything from the previous posts.

    lets try this again…
    scenario 1
    //##############
    begin // minus here, which is correct

    // begin (no minus here, which is correct)

    end
    //##############

    scenario 2
    //##############
    begin // minus here, which is correct

    // begin (a minus now appears because of the comment in the following line of code, incorrect)
    // stuff

    end
    //##############

    on a side note, it seems like you inverted the “Make Comments Collapsible” check box

    #7437

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    blades018 wrote:
    I can see you failed to throw that portion of code in to the editor and play around with it. This is a fairly obvious bug.

    Throw away everything from the previous posts.

    lets try this again…
    scenario 1
    //##############
    begin // minus here, which is correct

    // begin (no minus here, which is correct)

    end
    //##############

    scenario 2
    //##############
    begin // minus here, which is correct

    // begin (a minus now appears because of the comment in the following line of code, incorrect)
    // stuff

    end
    //##############

    on a side note, it seems like you inverted the “Make Comments Collapsible” check box

    I now understand what you mean. It should be fixed in alpha 33. Thanks!

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