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  • in reply to: extract brackets #10255
    in reply to: remove empty characters #9869

    Hello user!

    You may want to use the following .jsee macro

    //---Begin Macro---
    Window.Redraw = false;

    // remove trailing blanks (whitespaces, tabs ecc.) & their combos
    document.selection.Replace ("([[:blank:]]){2,}", "1", eeFindReplaceRegExp | eeFindAround | eeReplaceAll | eeFindReplaceQuiet);

    // remove StartOfLine blanks
    document.selection.Replace ("^[[:blank:]]", "", eeFindReplaceRegExp | eeFindAround | eeReplaceAll | eeFindReplaceQuiet);

    // remove EndOfLine blanks
    document.selection.Replace ("[[:blank:]]$", "", eeFindReplaceRegExp | eeFindAround | eeReplaceAll | eeFindReplaceQuiet);

    document.selection.StartOfDocument (false);
    document.HighlightFind = false;
    Window.Redraw = true;
    //---End Macro---

    Hope this will help.

    in reply to: emed32_10.1.0a.exe #9487

    thanks for the explanation!
    Emeditor.exe and some libs are a bit different though, I guess it’s the new digital signature.

    in reply to: Can't search selection #9033

    In my case the problem has a somewhat different angle.
    When I check ‘In the selection only’, ‘Find Next’ and ‘Replace’ buttons turn inactive.

    in reply to: macro parameters #8991


    For parameters pls check built-in help:
    EmEditor Help – EmEditor Macro Reference – Selection Object – Replace Method

    in reply to: change word1 to word2 in folder? #8834

    You don’t really need a macro to run this task.
    All you need is Menu > Search > Replace in Files.
    More info in EmEditor Help-How to…-Search-Replace in Files.
    GL :-)

    in reply to: Delete all lines NOT containing …. #8814


    There’s a macro in the Library here. It extracts lines not containing a specified string to a new file.
    Give it a try, hope that helps :-)


    Hi spudly

    I did a Replace All changing n with ,n

    That’s a well known issue. EmEditor slows down greatly when A New Line expression is used in a regex search/replace string. In some cases one can evade it by using $ (End of String) instead of n, it depends on the given text.

    in reply to: delete the whole line hotkey #8787

    The default combo is Ctrl+L for line delete (or Shift+Delete or Ctrl+X for selection delete: deletes the whole line if there’s no selection).
    You can change it via Tools>Properties for Current Configuration (or for All Configurations)>Keyboard>Category:Edit>Commands:Cut Line (or Cut).
    You can also use Help>Keyboard Map… I beleive this is for current config only.

    in reply to: emedtray.exe and memory #8772

    Hi user

    how do I disable emeditor tray from loading on startup and generally ?

    Tools > Customize… > Shortcut > Display a tray icon to the task bar and Display a tray icon next time Windows starts

    in reply to: delete the whole line hotkey #8771

    I guess a single ALT key isn’t supported as a hotkey.

    in reply to: Custom Macro Icon #8765

    Hi zhouzh2
    Yeah, thanks, script directives are what I really missed :-)
    But the puzzle hasn’t been solved yet, because a macro in a basic toolbar must have its “alter ego” in the macros toolbar. I mean, if I delete the macro from the macros toolbar it disappears from the basic toolbar, too :-?

    in reply to: EmEditor crashes when using the Spell Checker #8756

    At the moment you right-click, EmEditor exits without an error message.

    I can see some figures :-)
    Instruction address 0x00451a54
    Memory address 0x04220069

    Crash confirmed. I’m on WinXP SP3.

    in reply to: Hunspell Engine #8746

    Hi Yutaka

    Sure. I will try to use newer version but I prefer doing on major version upgrade.

    That sounds promising :)

    What are the difference between 1.2.9 and 1.2.11?

    Wish I knew… Maintenance release bug fixes

    I cannot support if you replace the DLL, and I don’t know if it is different. If you want, you can try it at your own risk.

    It’s OK with the support, I was going to do some tests on the trial version. The obvious difference is that the DDL is digitally signed by EmuraSoft. Frankly, I’m not that good at compiling C++ projects, so my first attempts to insert a newer DLL failed. One “build” led to an error in EmEditor launch, the other let the editor start up but hung it up during the spellcheck.

    Thanks, anyway!

    in reply to: EmEditor 10 and UserDic.bin #8690

    Hello Yutaka,
    Thanks for having answered the point. I’ll try a portable version, too. Since the files I usually edit range from 0.5Mb to max 10Mb, I don’t think the speed of your fantastic editor will be much influenced by the portable launch.

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