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I would very much like it on Linux too.
I have my lifetime licence for EmEditor but have to use Geany on my Linux (Debian 10, XFCE / and / Raspbian 10, Raspberry Pi OS, LXDE).
I completely abandoned Windows for Linux, except on my office computer, but it’s on my personal PC that I would like to go on using EmEditor of course. :)
I know more and more people switching to Linux, especially “geeks”.
It must be difficult to compete with the other Notepad++, Scite, Ultra Edit, etc.
I think a cross platform could give another good competitive asset.
I guess “geeks” are more prone to use EmEditor than the average Joe who just uses wordpad.exe or notepad.exe.
But it’s true that it must be totally difficult to have developers very knowledgeable in both OS and with the time to manage both OS.
Except if there is some framework that could allow a single code to compile for both OS?
In the meantime, maybe we should try hard to install EmEditor recent version with Wine, but I really have no clue how to do that.
I already tried with foobar2000 but I couldn’t achieve a good result and am now using Audacious instead, forgot about all my loved features.
I have abandoned Windows so am really interested in this.
Cross-OS would be a good competitive asset among the text editors “for geeks”.
I guess in the meantime we should try to install with Wine.
If anyone achieves that, please write a small step by step How To in the topic linked above.
I have an EmEditor lifetime licence but have definitively switched from Windows to Linux: Debian 10 XFCE and Raspbian 10 LXDE (Raspberry Pi OS).
I would like to install EmEditor recent version on Linux, but I really have no clue how to do that as EmEditor lacks linux support.
So I should use Wine but I already tried with foobar2000 and I couldn’t achieve a nice result at all (bad integration, and snap packages don’t install properly in XFCE).
So I am now using Audacious instead, having to say bye bye to most of my loved foobar2000 features.
If anyone achieves install of EmEditor under Linux, please write a small How To (step by step).December 5, 2013 at 5:07 am in reply to: AutoHotKey script editing tools (contextual help, reload) #17589
Sorry for digging up this old topic but I would like to know if there is a way to get the last key pressed (with modifiers etc.).
This way I could know what keyboard shortcut did launch the current macro and make various actions depending on it.
For instance I could have all my AutoHotkey macros in a single .jsee macro file, switching the code depending on the pressed keys.