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Select your configuration (”Tools | Select Configuration”) and then open the preferences of this configuration (”Tools | Properties for Current Configuration”) and go to ”Association” tab. If ”Enable Association” is active and your desired suffix is defined, EmEditor opens the specified file type with this special configuration.
You want to assign only ”[AltGr]” to a function? That’s impossible. You must assign a combination, for example ”[AltGr][D]”.
Edit: Too late…
What’s with a macro to diasable/enable the ”Tab” function if the plug-in ”OpenDocuments” is active/inactive?June 16, 2010 at 11:38 pm in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 RC 8 (9.90.17) – v10 key required #8618
»True Color support on Windows 2000 SP4.«
That you should have in former times said to me, Yutaka. Now I like EmEditor again.
Nice work!May 24, 2010 at 12:12 pm in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 RC 1 (9.90.10) – new key required #8508
Please continue using EmEditor with 16 color mode.
No, I will not do that. And I will not use EmEditor 10 anymore. That’s my final consequence from this affair.May 23, 2010 at 5:00 pm in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 RC 1 (9.90.10) – new key required #8501
And what should, in your opinion, all the Windows 2000 users do now?
On the one hand you write »Supported OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000 SP4/Server 2008/Server 2003«, on the other hand you deny any support for 256 color icons (Windows 2000 do not support icons with alpha transparency). That does not fit.
I’m very disappointed about your policy.May 15, 2010 at 12:13 pm in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 RC 1 (9.90.10) – new key required #8461
The 256 color button in the Toolbars dialog box was deprecated
The result of this sanction can you see here: EmEditor 10-RC3 on Windows 2000-SP4.
Not really pretty.
Also you can change keyboard shortcuts within the configuration dialog, tab ”Keyboard”.
I didn’t like it either, but the fact is lots of people are confused with the default behavior. Most people expect CTRL + TAB behave like Internet Explorer and Firefox where CTRL + TAB switches to the next document (right tab). So, that is why I changed the default CTRL + TAB should go to the next document (right tab). You can change the behavior by changing the keyboard shortcut.
However, I like your opinion. I might change the default as you suggested.
Other users, what do you think?
I don’t care. I do not use ”Last Accessed Document”/”Least Accessed Document” commands; and for ”Next Document”/”Previous Document” I used my own keyboard shortcuts.
How do I change my keyboard settings? When I want to change “last accessed document” to “CTRL-TAB” when I press this key combination, I change from the keyboard tab to the spelling tab.
Press one key after the other key and not in combination; first [CTRL] and then [TAB].April 12, 2010 at 3:37 pm in reply to: [done] ”Delete All” button in ”Customize Macros” dialog #8343
– The following commands were added:
Now I can delete an old suggestion. Nice.
Line numbers? Great! I didn’t knew that. Thanks, Yutaka.
Better than before. But where are the obligatory hex offsets?
by Yutaka on 3/22/2010 9:42:22 pm
Thanks for trying EmEditor beta version!
You can disable the context menu shortcuts by clearing the “Add a shortcut to the Context Menu on Explorer” check box in the More Shortcuts dialog (Tools > Customize > Shortcuts > More Shortcuts button). However, this will also disable “EmEditor” menu item when you right-click on normal files. They cannot be disabled separately. Is this something you want to do (disabling separately)?
Ah, inside this dialog; I’ve got it. Yes, that was what I want. Thanks, Yutaka.
(I don’t require a separately option; foreign context menu entries are generally disabled on my machines.)