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Ah, I see exactly what you are saying now. I thought you were just generally speaking of finding yourself unable to highlight certain words (in which case I was on a mission to help).
I have however downloaded and gone back through the options again just to make sure that there wasn’t any setting either of us missed earlier.
However, this may (perhaps) be a certain technical limitation. My guess is that for Yutaka to implement the line highlighting that we’ve so come accustomed he would need to build the line highlight feature into a completely separate module. I don’t know how many extra cpu cycled or how much extra memory it would take to draw/hold this information.
Perhaps this feature could be wrapped into a generalized default option such that the default is applied to all objects unless explicitly overridden by another option set. I believe this would require the highlighting module to be hierarchical though (dunno if it is).
Version: EmEditor Professional 7.00b2
Operating System: Windows XP SP2
Just checked this out. I do not believe this to be a bug, but in fact an error between the chair and the keyboard (i.e. a user error).
If you check your display settings from within EmEditor, you should see that there are separate settings for the various Highlight and Comment stages. Highlight (4) should fix the problem related to the “public” and “static” keywords. And the Comment setting should fix the problem related to, well, comments :)
Thanks. Glad I could verify. Since there have been no comments as to the other two bugs I posted, I am unsure of whether it was my environment or the program acting inappropriately. Might you be able to comment? I tested on two different machines with the same results.
Heh, perhaps I was the one who left if for you =) I often do such things. Schools are so lacking in quality software these days.
I second your testimonial. EmEditor is perhaps my favorite software residing on a Windows machine. Highly Recommended!
Sorry bud, might check your settings. This option works perfectly for me.
EDIT: running Vista RTM Ultimate