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  • in reply to: How to insert directory name with Replace? #27217
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    Ahh, think I’m supposed to use macros… had a go at it but not really sure what I’m doing :/
    Gave up and used AutoHotkey with the Textfile & String Library

    #NoEnv
    #Persistent Force
    #SingleInstance Force
    #Include TF.ahk
    Loop, Files, E:\SAMPLES\TAL Sampler\Zampler RX\*.sfz, R	; recursively loop sfz files
    {
        file := A_LoopFileFullPath	; gets full directory
        SplitPath file,, dir				; splits out filename
        SplitPath dir, dir				; splits out last folder name
        F = !%A_LoopFileFullPath%	; enable file overwriting
        UpdatedRelativePath = sample=..\..\..\..\Audio\MULTISAMPLES\Zampler\%dir%\ 	; path with current folder
    
        TF_Replace(F,"sample=", UpdatedRelativePath)	; TF_Replace(Text, SearchText, Replacement="")
    }
    in reply to: How to insert directory name with Replace? #27203
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    Ahh, think I’m supposed to use macros… had a go at it but not really sure what I’m doing :/
    Gave up and used AutoHotkey with the Textfile & String Library

    #NoEnv
    #Persistent Force
    #SingleInstance Force
    #Include TF.ahk
    Loop, Files, E:\SAMPLES\TAL Sampler\Zampler RX\*.sfz, R	; recursively loop sfz files
    {
        file := A_LoopFileFullPath	; gets full directory
        SplitPath file,, dir				; splits out filename
        SplitPath dir, dir				; splits out last folder name
        F = !%A_LoopFileFullPath%	; enable file overwriting
        UpdatedRelativePath = sample=..\..\..\..\Audio\MULTISAMPLES\Zampler\%dir%\ 	; path with current folder
    
        TF_Replace(F,"sample=", UpdatedRelativePath)	; TF_Replace(Text, SearchText, Replacement="")
    }
    in reply to: Automatically determine XML documents #26920
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    The DetectXML.jsee only seems works on a freshly opened documents. But if you move the cursor below the first line and then re-open the document it can’t find “<?xml” since the cursor position is saved and past the 1st line. I was unable to get the “strFirstLine = document.GetLine( 1 );” to work as it spits out a “Expected (” error.

    Is there an alternate method for automagically detecting and switching to XML scheme?

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    Yes please! I too would like this feature.
    I’m currently using a .bat file which I’ve added to the External Tools menu (so I can hotkey it) for quick backups.

    @echo off
    set settings=C:\Settings\EmEditor\Registry_Export
    reg export "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\EmSoft" "%settings%\EmEditor_Settings_CurrentUser.reg" /y
    reg export "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\EmSoft" "%settings%\EmEditor_Settings_LocalMachine.reg" /y 
    in reply to: Outline node icons not showing in Win7 Classic #21775
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    Awesome, many thanks!

    in reply to: Open file in explorer #21736
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    Coincidentally I’ve just started switching over to XYplorer as my replacement for Window Explorer and stumbled across the same issue!
    Many thanks for including this in your future roadmap :)

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