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ah yes, thanks for the followup!
configuring git to use ee256 has fixed me up, thanks!
it looks like it’s actually windows that changed:
in cmd, “start /wait emeditor” doesn’t wait in Win10 build 1909 but if I run the same command in my VM with Win10 build 1709 it works and waits as expected.
curiously “start /wait notepad” works properly even on Win10 build 1909
perhaps it has something to do with the new ConPTY stuff introduced in Win10 1803
in my case I noticed that when I run “git commit” it will return immediately with “Aborting commit due to empty commit message.” this is something I encountered in the past and was remedied by configuring git to use “emeditor /sp”. I encountered this again recently and /sp did not help.. it has been some years since I used git regularly and I am not sure if it’s emeditor or git that has changed.
this used to work with the /sp argument but it seems to have stopped working
probably a duplicate feature request to support per-monitor-dpi-awareness
In that case I would propose supporting the case where we’re copying text from other applications – like SSMS apparently copying a column is the same as copying lines w/CRLFs.
It’s certainly unexpected to have the first line repeating, maybe just stop after the first line if there’s no CRLF highlighted. If not paying attention it’s easy to miss that the values aren’t what you thought you pasted and move on – this happened to me hence the bug report ;)
actually it’s easier to reproduce than that, in EmEditor simply copy the text without using block-selection and then paste using block-selection mode:
..here I’m typing 1 <enter> 2 <enter> 3 <enter> 4 .. <ctrl+a> <ctrl+c> then block-selecting and <ctrl+v>
I can reproduce it without ssms by using this powershell command to set the clipboard text:
PS > scb ‘aaaa
the clipboard now contains 4 lines of text:
paste it into EmEditor, then highlight the block using block-selection mode (alt+click), and paste again, the text becomes:
still reproducible in 17.0.1
sounds good! being able to copy whole columns without the text qualifier would be very helpful as well
Cool! I do not mind it, just wanted to be sure it was not a bug.
The Delphi code editor allows you to use F3 while recording/replaying macros and it’s very effective. This doesn’t work in EmEditor.
yeah I’m on 10.0.4
the update options download folder is my desktop, I’ll just make this something else
Thanks!October 14, 2010 at 10:44 pm in reply to: CSV Mode: show CSV col index instead of char col index #9056
or show both when in csv mode