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  • in reply to: Why a new line for a comparison? #25486

    jic
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    Hi Patrick. I was kidding when I said you were wrong. :-) And no need to do a script. I already have a few of them written. So, thanks for the offer. :-)

    in reply to: Why a new line for a comparison? #25484

    jic
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    Well, you see it wrong. :-) As well as NP++ and TotalCommander. :-) If you have 1000 lines on both, the assumption should be to try to match line by line. Specially if the first 13 characters for both sides are the same

    Patrick C, since you started it, @Yutaka, I love your tool, the best ever. But, the comparison in two different windows or screens, it’s a bit tough. Sometimes you forget and then, you end up losing one side. Anyway, I do like Notepad++ way of doing it in one screen. Also, since we are talking about comparison, it would be great to be able to push the comparison to HTML. That way, you can save it and pass the report to other folks. Anyway, thanks for this wonderful tool.

    josé


    jic
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    Thanks, Yutaka.

    josé


    jic
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    Thanks. Wow. I was trying all of these different search/replace, but it’s much simpler. Thanks again.


    jic
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    Ok, that works somewhat, but then I have to take the tabs out. What would be nice is,
    Step 1. Press “Ctrl + A” (Select all, or select the lines desired)
    Step 5. Press “Alt + N” (Numbering…)
    Step 6. First Line = 001 , Increment = 1, Insert in column: 0
    Step 7. “OK”

    Step 6 is a new choice in the numbering function that would allow entry of numbers or sequential characters in the column chosen. Column 0 is before column 1.

    in reply to: Escaped single and double quotes "\"" and '\'' problems #20979

    jic
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    Thanks. Yep, that worked. Thank so much for this wonderful tool.

    in reply to: Escaped single and double quotes "\"" and '\'' problems #20975

    jic
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    It’s a highlighting problem. I can take a screen shot and show you, but I don’t think I can attach anything on the forums.

    in reply to: Undo and memory requirements #20840

    jic
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    FYI:
    I’ve replicated this problem also. Worked fine in 15.8.x, and after updating to 15.9.0, it brings that prompt. In the New Features of the new 15.9.0, it states,

    The settings for Undo buffer is obsolete. Instead, the physical memory size is used to determine whether the Undo should be retained. The physical memory threashold can be set in the Advanced tab of the Customize dialog box.

    which may be related. I tried other regexp searches and replaces, and these worked fine.

    in reply to: Untitled name uniqueness #20834

    jic
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    You are a saint! :-) Thanks so much!

    josé

    in reply to: Untitled name uniqueness #20711

    jic
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    I still insist that this is a great change in this ultimate text editor. I love EmEditor and I will not stop using, but, this will be a feature that would make me love it even more. Thanks for thinking about it.

    in reply to: Untitled name uniqueness #20418

    jic
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    Hi.

    I think this is something really needed. I use this process of checking differences on pieces of data, and it’s hard to identify which piece of data is which. I have to add a line on each screen to be able to identify screen. Please consider adding unique names to the tabs. Thanks.

    jic

    in reply to: Line and word count of highlighted lines #19928

    jic
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    So easy. Thanks.

    in reply to: Untitled uniqueness #19612

    jic
    Participant

    You’re welcome. You have the best editor ever. Thanks.

    in reply to: Untitled uniqueness #19604

    jic
    Participant

    So, can this be done at all, or should I place it in the suggestion box?

    in reply to: Maybe the syntax is not correct, but… #16749

    jic
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    I guess the code part did not work, but there is a piece of the string that shows the desired capture. Thanks.

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