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Well, I tried reproducing this today, but it does not fail anymore. :-(
The error report was sent to M$ if that’s any use.
That would be great!
Is this not possible? Could one write a plugin to do this?
I made a macro.
chuckfDecember 4, 2009 at 4:03 pm in reply to: Add ability to select wrap/no wrap on a per-windows basis #7896
I would like to be able to select wrap/no wrap for the Output window.
For 1. Parenthesis/brackets, you can specify “Parenthesis/brackets” in the “Specify Part” list in the Display tab of Configuration Properties.
I see “Matched parentheses/brackets” but not “Parentheses/brackets” in the list.
For 2. and 3., operators and functions are defined by one of Highlight (1) – (10). It depends on configuration you use, so you might want to check which Highlight (n) is used from the Highlight (1) tab of configuration properties.
That is not very obvious at all. Can you please update the help to be more clear about those numbers in front of the “words”.
Are you saying I need to add the function names to the list of Highlighted Words?
chuckDecember 3, 2009 at 5:47 pm in reply to: how can I change the distance between the lines in the editor? #7888
Some fonts have more space than others. I made myself a bitmapped font (since that is the only tool I had to make a font) that is very compact. It’s based on a one of the misc fonts from a unix system.December 3, 2009 at 5:24 pm in reply to: v9 trial under wine (linux). Crossover fails to install #7887
v9 trial under wine (linux). Crossover fails to install.
Well it install but then it asks for a key (even though it’s a trial!).
The download page says that:
“. When you run the downloaded installer, the Security Warning dialog will appear. Click Publisher: Emurasoft, Inc.”
No such security warning comes up when using the installer under wine (well, crossover, the commercial version of wine).
Any idea why?
I installed v9 under fedora 10 which uses wine 1.1.23.
It seems to work although I haven’t done much with it yet.
I’d post an image if I could figure out how…
Ok, I found it.
It looks like it picks the first definition. What if there is more than one?