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    tab char can’t select :-o

    Yutaka Emura

    Hi scriptkit,

    You should be able to select a tab using the mouse or keyboard. Can you please describe more in details? Thanks!


    For example:
    “hello (t)”

    a ‘tab’ at the end of the “hello”.

    i can’t select “hello” without a tab.
    and can not select a single tab..
    it well be selected “o (t)”

    Yutaka Emura


    I am using the latest version (v11.0.1), and I can’t reproduce your issue. Maybe, you can reset all settings of EmEditor, and see if you can reproduce the issue. To reset settings, the easiest way is to uninstall EmEditor, and during uninstall, you may be asked to save settings so please select “No”. Then you can install EmEditor again.



    I can reproduce this issue.
    For example, a txt file with the following line (“t” is a tab char).

    ttline twot455

    1> when selecting the tab char near the end of the line, the char just before the tab char will also be selected. (in the eg, “ot” will be selected)

    2> the second tab from the head of the line cannot be selected. (instead, the 2 tabs will be selected together)


    I also met this annoying issue since v11 and can reproduce it with many (maybe most) of my fonts, except for a few (e.g., Fixedsys).

    Tested with all the registry data removed and without any plugin.

    For example, input “AAAA” before 2 or more tabs.
    “AAAAtt+” is expected.
    But the actual result is “At+AAAt”.

    Or, double click a word, the following tabs will be inevitably selected.

    Yutaka Emura

    Hi LTT,

    Can you please let me know which font you are using to reproduce this issue? Thanks!

    Yutaka Emura

    Hi jimmy,

    I reproduced this issue under certain condition.

    You can work around this by running RegEdit.exe, and add “UseUniscribe” value as DWORD in the following key:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareEmSoftEmEditor v3Common

    and UseUniscribe = 1

    I will fix this in future versions. I am sorry for any inconveniences.


    “UseUniscribe = 1” works.

    Thank you!

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