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- October 31, 2009 at 7:27 pm in reply to: how can I change the distance between the lines in the editor? #7764
You will find the option ”Line Space” within the ”Display”-Tab of the Configuration Properties-Dialog.
EmEditor Home – EmEditor Help – Dialog Boxes – Configuration Properties – Display tab
Line Space text box
Specify the amount of space between lines. This value corresponds to 1/10 of the height of a single line.
You are not the only one. Everybody can reproduce this „anomaly“.
My test area: a clean installation of ‘EmEditor Pro 9.00 Trial’ (INI-Mode). Tabs enabled; Marks disabled; setable Marks are not defined; TSV Mode enabled.
Bug or feature?
So simpel! Thanks, Yutaka.
Okay, I have written a macro, but it didn’t works. Among other things (no icon, no title, no tooltip) EmEditor giving back an error message. What’s wrong?
(EmEditor 9.00 RC)
Sorry Maria, but it will become too many changes if I try to provide a button for every command available. However, I might consider more customization in the future.
Too complex? Really? (Many other high level programs provide these funtion.) What a bad news for all users, they want to individualise her editor.
If I remember rightly, I can use a macro to build a button for any command within the toolbar. Please, can you give us a detailed example? I’m a rookie in respect of writing macros.
I repeat my demand from this thread:
Give us the full handle about all commands within a toolbar. The current situation is unsatisfying and „not fish and not meat“ (german proverb).
– Save As
– Print Now
– Copy Line
– Cut Line
– Delete Line
– Insert New Lines
– Remove New Lines
– Split Lines
– Join Lines
– Read Only
– Select… (Macro)
– Edit (Macro)
– Save As… (Macro)
– New Group
– Move to Previous Group
– Move to Next Group
– Close Group
– Close All Others in Group
That’s a first step. But where are all others?
Why this limitation of a predefined pool of standard commands? Please, give us the full handle about all commands. I can individualise the menu with all available EmEditor commands, but I can’t do the same with the toolbar. I’m missing this individual functionality. The „full method“ would be the easiest and best way of all. No exceptions, no extras, no problems. (For comparing, take a look at UltraEdit.)
The macro solution is one solution. But not everybody can write macros.
Individual, configurable column lines? Not a bad idea. (Take a look at UltraEdit for an existing example.)
If EmEditor runs in Portable Mode (used INI-Files), it didn’t start and crashes with an application error:May 29, 2009 at 1:39 pm in reply to: shortcut to uninstaller/automatic updates? Beta testing is cumbersome #7340
Why uninstall? Install a new alpha over the existing old one. That’s no problem. And I see no popup by using this script on my system.May 25, 2009 at 12:47 pm in reply to: shortcut to uninstaller/automatic updates? Beta testing is cumbersome #7333
Use a Batch-Script for installing EmEditor automatically. Example:
:: Path to MSI-File
:: Path to EmEditor
for /f "tokens=4" \%\%i in ('"dir \%msidir\%emed*.msi | findstr /i "msi""') do set msifile=\%\%i
msiexec /a \%msidir\%\%msifile\% /qn targetdir=\%appdir\%
Try this one (it’s a very simple construct; be careful):
Replace with: t
Oh, yes, sorry; forget my first expression, that’s nonsense. Take this one:
Replace with: t
Have you activate the ”Use Regular Expressions”-Option within the Replace-Dialog?
If each word placed at the beginning of the line, with this expression:
Replace with: ^.t