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  • #9769

    Stefan
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    1.) I would like to have context menu entries
    * COPY to copy an item
    and
    * PASTE to paste an item.

    1b.) Also i want to copy an item
    by pressing an accelerator key (like Strg)
    while drag&dropping it.

    That way i can copy an nifty item to an other folder
    and/or use an copy of an existing item as base for an new one.

    “Name”, “Tip”, “Type” and “Text” can be stay.
    “Trigger” and “Shortcut” should be removed on the copy.

    #10117

    Stefan
    Participant

    1a. is done for single selected item or folder.
    Selecting more then one item/folder is not possible.

    1b. is not implemented

    Thank you Yutaka.

    Today, (2/28/2012) we are releasing EmEditor Professional v11.1.0 beta.
    Updates from v11.0.5 include:
    NEW FEATURES
    – (Snippets plug-in) The Cut (Ctrl+X), Copy (Ctrl+C), and Paste (Ctrl+V) commands were added to the Snippets plug-in.
    These commands can be used to copy or move snippets items easily around the snippet tree.
    The Paste command can be also used to insert a simple text snippet to the snippet tree.

    EDIT:
    Be aware: the snippet copy is an exactly 1:1 copy
    including all parameters as f.ex. trigger and shortcut.

    #10162

    Stefan
    Participant

    1b. is implemented now too:

    Posted on: 3/8/2012 12:55 am
    Head-start version: EmEditor Professional v11.1.3 beta
    – (Snippets plug-in) Drag and drop on the Snippet tree
    while pressing the CTRL key can copy items now.

    Thank you Yutaka.

    #10314

    Stefan
    Participant

    I had forgotten that this is a new feature
    and so i used it very self-evident in the 11.1.x betas
    to double existing items for an start for an new macro.

    And it works very well.
    Not only to copy&paste items.
    I even can paste plain text and get an new snippet item.

    Back in 11.0.5 i quickly miss this feature badly 😀

    SO thanks again Yutaka, well done!

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