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Oh! I see now.
Duh, sorry me. Thank you very much for pointing out my error, Yutaka.
EDIT: Just a followup question.
I have a .jsee with quite some text replacing lines, it’s for fixing commonly made mistakes in .srt (subtitle) files.
Would it be a bad idea if i change all instances of “eeFindNext” into “eeFindAround” in that .jsee file ?September 4, 2012 at 5:19 pm in reply to: Head-start version: EmEditor Professional v11.1.11 beta #10516
Hmmm, that’s weird.
I have EmEditor on my notebook too, I edit a copy of that same file there too on a daily basis, and my install there indeed does have the option “Prompt when saving unicode as ANSI” ticked, but i don’t get any prompt there. :-?
PS. On my notebook, i don’t install beta versions, so there it’s the latest final 11.0.5. Only other difference is that on notebook i use the 64bit version, while on the PC it’s the 32bit version.September 4, 2012 at 4:53 pm in reply to: Head-start version: EmEditor Professional v11.1.11 beta #10514
Thanks for the fast reply Yutaka. :-)
1) I understand now, sorry because i’m not that knowledged about that material.
2) The problem happened to be with a .cfg file (detected as default Text configuration) which I edit on a (close to) daily basis. I never had that multi-options prompt “Save as Unicode (UTF-……)” until i upgraded to the 11.1.11 beta.
I got rid of the prompt by unticking Prompt when saving unicode as ANSI in the “Save…” options menu you referred to.
I wonder why that option got changed all of a sudden.September 4, 2012 at 4:02 pm in reply to: Head-start version: EmEditor Professional v11.1.11 beta #10512
BUG (since update to v11.1.11 beta)
After opening & editing a Western European (ISO) document, pressing the save button, or closing the document causing the Save? window to appear gives a Choose document format (Unicode?) prompt offering to change the document format.
This has never happened before, and the original document format was automatically respected when saving, not resulting in a prompt. :-(September 4, 2012 at 2:34 pm in reply to: Head-start version: EmEditor Professional v11.1.11 beta #10511
It was an example directly from your website source code though. lol. :-DSeptember 4, 2012 at 4:03 am in reply to: Head-start version: EmEditor Professional v11.1.11 beta #10509
Regarding to the tag highlighting, is there a chance you’ll “upgrade” this function to also take care of nested tags ?
Right now, it only highlights extremely few tags (only a couple of opening- to ending tags on the same line).
Is it ever going to take care of nested tags ?
Currently, it highlights about 1…
tag for every 100 in the document, which is quite pity.
For example, the div below does get detected & highlighted :
<div id="logo_text">The Definitive Text Editor for Windows</div>
This one doesn’t get detected & highlighted :
<div id="language"><img src="tc_40_files/allflags2.png" alt="International Sites" usemap="#flags" height="21" width="324"> <a href="http://www.emurasoft.com/"><img src="tc_40_files/emurasoft-icon.png" alt="Emurasoft" title="Emurasoft Home Page" border="0" height="26" width="20"></a></div>
Thanks for the reply Stefan.
I’m really staying quite a noob at using EmEditor.
Perhaps i’ve missed it somewhere, but is there actually some kind of “Syntax Highlighting and Syntax Folding” for HTML files like in Notepad++ ?
For example, i’ve nowhere found an option in EmEditor (nor do i know it’s actually possible in EmEditor) to highlight closing tags, including nested ones like the example below. So when the cursor in over some
element, EmEditor will automatically search & highlight the corresponding closing tag.
<img class="ypzrfxekdknhxhslwbbn" src="http://images.six.betanews.com/betanews2/bn_defaulticon.png">
<li><a href="http://fileforum.betanews.com/auth/profile">Edit Profile</a></li>
<li><a href="http://fileforum.betanews.com/downloadcart">(0) Download Cart</a></li>
<li><a href="http://fileforum.betanews.com/auth/logout">Log Out</a></li>
…. which works out of the box (and wonderfully well) in Notepad++ , a free editor btw.
I have always been glad to have bought this editor, but the lack of usable improvements is starting to make me regret my purchase. :-(May 11, 2012 at 1:57 pm in reply to: Head-start version: EmEditor Professional v11.1.7 beta #10347
Thanks for the reply, and sorry for sounding unpolite, as stefan said, it was a *weird* way of translating, definatelly not intended as a harsh question.
Great to know the current beta is just as fine as a stable. :-)May 5, 2012 at 1:50 am in reply to: Head-start version: EmEditor Professional v11.1.7 beta #10316
Can we *ever* expect another stable release please ?
Or will this beta cycle last for another year ?
Sorry, but i updated only right now,
and there is no option to skip changing these settings in the Custom install page….
Thanks a lot !
Thanks a lot for finding it Yutaka ! :-)
At least someone is helpful.
Thank you so much for acknowledging the problem, Ivan ! :-)
After investigating, it’s more than just the desktop, it happens with *every* file, which is doubleclicked but was already in the workspace.
Yutaka, you’re willing to look into this bug now ?
Selecting “None” just removed all my always-open-documents. :(
Oh well, guess I’ll have to live with it.
Really, noone is willing to recreate the problem ?
It’s just simply opening up a document (Automatic Workspace = Save&Restore), closing EmEditor, and again double clicking the same document in explorer to see the bug in effect, but if noone is willing to try……
Thanks for the response, Yutaka.
I don’t know what is wrong for me, I added a screenshot with the settings I have.
I don’t know which setting is incorrect for EmEditor not remembering settings for specific files.
Please if you can, also tell me, what setting i need to change to have EmEditor ALWAYS open maximized, no matter what document or tab.