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  • in reply to: Improvement to 'Highlight Matching Brackets' #18718

    Andreas
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    In EditPad Pro, there are the following options which can be enabled or disabled individually:

    [ ] Highlight matching brackets touched by the cursor
    [ ] Highlight innermost pair of brackets containing the cursor

    I want to have the same options in EmEditor (not only the first one but also the second).


    Andreas
    Participant

    This is a matter of personal taste. I am very happy with EmEditor’s current way of highlighting the current line.

    On the other hand, I agree that it is difficult in EmEditor to identify wrapped lines. Sure, you can see it by means of the missing line numbers, but that’s not a good solution.

    My suggestion would be that EmEditor adds line wrap indicators to each wrapped line. You can see an example in the first screenshot here: http://iany.me/2012/02/css-line-wrap-indicator/. This solution has also another advantage: You can see for all lines whether they are wrapped or not, not just for the current line.

    in reply to: Default Setting – Insert Spaces for TAB's #18410

    Andreas
    Participant

    You can always insert a tab by means of Tools->All Commands->Edit->Insert->Tab. It should also be possible to assign a keyboard shortcut to this menu item.

    in reply to: File-specific wrap mode setting #18393

    Andreas
    Participant

    Unfortunately, EmEditor still forgets the wrap mode setting when the file is removed from the workspace and then EmEditor is closed. This problem does not exist e.g. for the cursor position. So it seems that EmEditor stores the cursor position somewhere else. Would it be possible to store the wrap mode setting in the same place, so that EmEditor will remember the wrap mode setting even if the file is removed from the workspace?


    Andreas
    Participant

    +1

    I agree, this would be a useful feature.

    in reply to: File-specific wrap mode setting #18138

    Andreas
    Participant

    Thank you very much for implementing this feature in v14.4.0 beta 1! This is really useful.

    Would it be possible to consider also Meir’s suggestion (second post in this thread)? Currently, EmEditor forgets the wrap mode on exit.

    in reply to: File-specific wrap mode setting #18044

    Andreas
    Participant

    Hi Yutaka,

    I would be very grateful if you could fulfil this request. Your suggestion to use separate configurations does not help me unfortunately, due to the way how I use EmEditor. (I have files of the same type which need different wrap mode settings.)

    Thanks and best regards,
    Andreas

    in reply to: Better behaviour of Find Next (F3) #17972

    Andreas
    Participant

    Hi Yutaka,

    thank you very much for implementing this! Just one minor suggestion: Maybe it would be good to extend the text “Searched to the end/beginning of the document.” by the text “Continue search from other end of file?” This would make it clearer to the user what will happen when he presses OK.

    Best regards,
    Andreas

    in reply to: Better behaviour of Find Next (F3) #17948

    Andreas
    Participant

    Hi Yutaka,

    would it be possible that you address this issue?

    Best regards,
    Andreas

    in reply to: Show/hide all visualization characters #17876

    Andreas
    Participant

    The following version of the macro does work:

    #title = “Marks”
    #tooltip = “Toggle Marks ON/OFF”

    // Displays or Hides Marks.

    myobject = document.Config;

    if (myobject.Mark.ShowReturns==0 && myobject.Mark.ShowEOF==0 && myobject.Mark.ShowTabs==0 && myobject.Mark.ShowSpaces==0 && myobject.Mark.ShowDBSpaces==0 && myobject.Mark.CrLfDifferent==0 && myobject.Mark.ShowIndentGuides==0 && myobject.Mark.ShowControlCharacters==0) {
    myobject.Mark.ShowReturns=”true”; // Returns
    myobject.Mark.ShowEOF=”true”; // End of File
    myobject.Mark.ShowTabs=”true”; // Tabs
    myobject.Mark.ShowSpaces=”true”; // Spaces
    myobject.Mark.ShowDBSpaces=”true”; // Wide Spaces
    myobject.Mark.CrLfDifferent=”true”; // CR and LF with Different Marks
    myobject.Mark.ShowIndentGuides=”false”; // Indent Guides
    myobject.Mark.ShowControlCharacters=”true”; // Control Characters
    }
    else {
    myobject.Mark.ShowReturns=”false”; // Returns
    myobject.Mark.ShowEOF=”false”; // End of File
    myobject.Mark.ShowTabs=”false”; // Tabs
    myobject.Mark.ShowSpaces=”false”; // Spaces
    myobject.Mark.ShowDBSpaces=”false”; // Wide Spaces
    myobject.Mark.CrLfDifferent=”false”; // CR and LF with Different Marks
    myobject.Mark.ShowIndentGuides=”false”; // Indent Guides
    myobject.Mark.ShowControlCharacters=”false”; // Control Characters
    }

    myobject.Save();

    Note that I changed the handling of the Indent Guides, because I never want to see them.


    Andreas
    Participant
    in reply to: Optional CLOSE modified Document WITHOUT ask for SAVING #17835

    Andreas
    Participant

    Doesn’t such a command already exist?

    Tools -> All commands -> File -> Close -> Close without Save

    How about assigning a shortcut key to that command?

    in reply to: Background color of bookmarked lines and current line #17762

    Andreas
    Participant

    Hi Yutaka,

    the issue is fixed now. Thank you very much!

    Best regards,
    Andreas

    in reply to: Background color of bookmarked lines and current line #17743

    Andreas
    Participant

    Hi Yutaka,

    the bug described in my posting #17722 is fixed.

    However, the inconsistency (bug?) described in my posting #17712 is still present. To show the problem more clearly, I’ve made a screencast. You can watch/download it here:https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/42104478/screencast.mp4. Please note the text color when the cursor is in line 5. Sometimes the text color is red, and sometimes it’s black.

    Best regards,
    Andreas

    in reply to: Background color of bookmarked lines and current line #17722

    Andreas
    Participant

    Hmm, the behavior of the final release version v14.1.0 is different than the behavior of v14.1.0 beta 2. Now, when you set the text color of bookmarked lines to “transparent”, the background color of bookmarked lines will disappear. In my opinion, this is a bug.

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