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  • in reply to: invert equations #10254

    ToadLoadin
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    Try replace

    (d+)=(d+)

    with

    2=1

    :-)

    in reply to: Vi/Vim command mode #10215

    ToadLoadin
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    Just click the “comment” link, it will show you the comments visitor previously posted and the input form. :-)

    in reply to: Vi/Vim command mode #10207

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    Sorry, I’m not familiar with Vi or gVim, so I never tried to contact the author of EmVi.

    Perhaps you can post a feature request comment on the release post of the lastest version:

    http://emvi.tistory.com/18#rp

    in reply to: Vi/Vim command mode #10204

    ToadLoadin
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    Stefan is right, I found it, EmVi, in the online library of EmEditor plugins, and from there, I found the author’s official page.

    But I don’t thinks there is a 64bit version available.

    in reply to: Please help me on RegEX about Find&Replace #10160

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    thanksgod wrote:
    Hi, this is another example,

    For this situation, I guess sub-patterns with parentheses may help :-)

    Try replace

    ^.*(https?://members.(abc|xyz).com).*$

    with

    1
    in reply to: Please help me on RegEX about Find&Replace #10159

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    thanksgod wrote:
    I would like to ask about the Regular Expression please.

    Perhaps

    UUID:.+

    would work, “.+” means one or more characters, so it could match either 10 or 20 characters both. :-)

    in reply to: Needs help in writing regex in snippets #10114

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    It’s just some animated gif images, stored in my Dropbox cloud space.

    You can record your action via many screen record software, free ones like AutoScreenRecorder is fine, commercial ones like Camtasia studio is better, but expensive.

    After saving my screencast as avi file, I convert it to animated gif image via Format Factory.

    Then, put gif image in the “Public” folder of your Dropbox, right click and you will get the direct link which you could use in the forum.

    Because of my poor English, I use these animated screencasts to help me explain ideas or problems. :-P

    in reply to: Needs help in writing regex in snippets #10111

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    Here it is. :-)

    `# Interface.write( document.Config.Highlight.LineComment1 );`==${1/.+?/=/g}==
    `# Interface.write( document.Config.Highlight.LineComment1 );`= ${1:Your comment goes here.} =
    `# Interface.write( document.Config.Highlight.LineComment1 );`==${1/.+?/=/g}==
    $0
    in reply to: convert special characters to english characters #10106

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    I just found that both of the two macro above is not perfect due to lack of checking the setting whether “regular expressions can match new line characters” or not…

    in reply to: convert special characters to english characters #10105

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    :-) I think it could be done with this macro:

    // If nothing selected, select all.
    var currentSelection = getSelection();

    // A find'n replace using regular expression
    // (in selected range only).
    currentSelection.Replace("^s*$n", "", eeReplaceSelOnly | eeReplaceAll | eeFindReplaceRegExp);

    // earase search keyword highlighting.
    document.HighlightFind = false;

    Then, you could use this macro to insert empty lines between each “none-empty” line (forgive my poor english):

    // If nothing selected, select all.
    var currentSelection = getSelection();

    // A find'n replace using regular expression
    // (in selected range only).
    currentSelection.Replace("n", "nn", eeReplaceSelOnly | eeReplaceAll | eeFindReplaceRegExp);

    // earase search keyword highlighting.
    document.HighlightFind = false;
    in reply to: convert special characters to english characters #10103

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    You can find it here.

    in reply to: saving UTF-8 encoding by default #10093

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    Hi, you could change it from the “HTML config” -> “saving…” window.


    ToadLoadin
    Member

    You are welcome. :-)

    in reply to: Forum Posts with Big Picture cannot See the Reply / Edit Button #10078

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    Maybe add a css rule

    div.comText img {max-width:569px}

    to the button of combined.css will help. :-)

    in reply to: disable the find toolbar hotkey #10071

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    That’s weired… I can’t figure out why.

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