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  • in reply to: Backspace over indent #10591
    JohnQSmith
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    Actually, never mind.

    I found out that the other editors I use have the same functionality. The difference was that I had tab indenting turned on in them whereas I was using space indenting in EmEditor.

    Thanks for a great product.

    in reply to: Backspace over indent #10585
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    Yes, please add it to the wishlist.

    in reply to: Backspace over indent #10583
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    So is this currently doable and I’m missing the setting or should this be moved to Suggestions?

    in reply to: Toolbar buttons #10559
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    Skinning is when you change the look of an application by applying different icons for buttons or the color of bars or gradients to the menus. That kind of thing. Like in Windows XP, you can change the color scheme and the style of the windows and buttons to make it look like XP with the rounded edges or like Win2k with the more blocky look. Basically so the user can tweak it to look different.

    If you decide to implement something like this, it should be put way down at the bottom of the list of things to do since it’s just eye candy. Any usability and functionality enhancements should be given top priority.

    in reply to: Toolbar buttons #10557
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    Yutaka,

    The macro buttons will work great. I pulled up the Macro Reference and also found the #title directive so I can show the icon without the name of the macro.

    A suggestion for a future version might be to allow “skinning” EmEditor.

    JohnQSmith

    in reply to: Toolbar buttons #10555
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    Any word on this? Almost 6 months and no reply. Was hoping to see something in the v12 release.

    in reply to: highlight current line and content of matching brackets #10499
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    “Current line” highlight already exists and can be set on the Display tab of Configuration properties.

    in reply to: Outline plugin buggy #10461
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    Off topic…

    Stefan,

    What utility are you using to create your animated GIF demos?

    Thanks
    JohnQSmith

    in reply to: cross tabulation #10427
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    Since you’re keeping the first one and then appending the others separated by “-“, just replace all “t” with “-“.

    in reply to: Forum history #10264
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    Update. Problem is not with Chrome. The problem is with the way the NEWBB module for XOOPS is storing the viewed topics. Viewed topics are stored at the client in a cookie called “newbb_topics_viewed”. After viewing a lot of topics, the cookie reaches maximum size and can’t store any more history.

    Edit: I ran the cookie test at http://myownplayground.atspace.com/cookietest.html and these are the results for Google Chrome 18.0.1025.142.

    12:24:7.64: Starting
    12:24:7.316: Max Cookies with Character Length 3 and character “1”: 180
    12:24:9.488: Max Cookie Character Length using character “1”: 4096
    12:24:14.238: Max Cookies with Character Length 4096 and character “1”: 180
    12:24:15.222: Max Cookie Character Length using character “ÿ”: 2049
    12:24:18.878: Max Cookies with Character Length 2049 and character “ÿ”: 180
    12:24:18.972: Guessing Max Cookie Count Per Domain: 180
    12:24:18.972: Guessing Max Cookie Size Per Cookie: 4096 bytes
    12:24:18.972: Guessing Max Cookie Size Per Domain: NA

    Results for Mozilla Firefox 11.0
    12:27:33.584: Starting
    12:27:33.695: Max Cookies with Character Length 3 and character “1”: 150
    12:27:34.560: Max Cookie Character Length using character “1”: 4097
    12:27:35.255: Max Cookies with Character Length 4097 and character “1”: 150
    12:27:36.248: Max Cookie Character Length using character “ÿ”: 4097
    12:27:36.927: Max Cookies with Character Length 4097 and character “ÿ”: 150
    12:27:37.39: Guessing Max Cookie Count Per Domain: 150
    12:27:37.39: Guessing Max Cookie Size Per Cookie: 4097 characters
    12:27:37.39: Guessing Max Cookie Size Per Domain: NA

    in reply to: Example please for (?n:true_expression:false_expression) #9746
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    My understanding right now:
    You have to set up the FIND RegEx with an alternation so that it has both a success and a failure point.
    As the REPLACE have too possibilities too: (?n:true_expression:false_expression)

    Absolutely correct. I like your FIND RegEx better. It will be much easier to use than mine. Just adding the zero or more switch makes it much simpler than a non-matching alternation grouping.

    What helped me the most in figuring out how it works was how EmEditor highlights all matches when you do a search. When I tried your first search, only the first “Test Price” line was highlighted, but when I removed the final “(d)”, all the lines were marked. This showed me that the problem was with the RegEx.

    The first and foremost thing to remember is that the WHOLE RegEx expression must match before you can do any further matching and testing with a SUBexpression.

    BTW, good idea :lol: of you:
    Replace: (?4:too expensive:affordable)

    Thanks! :-D

    in reply to: Example please for (?n:true_expression:false_expression) #9744
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    I see the problem with both of your tests. It’s the same thing that took me so long to figure out how it works.

    Here’s the key…
    The whole RegEx must match in order for it to work. In other words, you have to set up the RegEx with an alternation so that it has both a success and a failure point.

    In your first test, only the first line matched your RegEx (I’m using underscores as filler to demonstrate).


    Test Price 100______0
    (.+) (.+) (d{3}) (d) <-- this matches

    Test Price 100________
    (.+) (.+) (d{3}) (d) <-- this doesn't match, there is no final (d)

    Test Price 800________
    (.+) (.+) (d{3}) (d) <-- also doesn't match

    Here’s how I changed your RegEx to work.


    Note the success ----. and failure points
    | |
    v v
    Find: ^(.+) (.+) (d{3})(?:(d)|$)
    Replace: (?4:too expensive:affordable)

    Your second example is the same thing.


    Color_ 1__ green
    (Color d) (.+) <-- match

    Color_ 2__ blue
    (Color d) (.+) <-- match

    Color_ 3__ red
    (Color d) (.+) <-- match

    The available colors are either green, blue or red.
    (Color d) (.+) <-- no match anywhere on line

    Hope this helps.

    in reply to: Example please for (?n:true_expression:false_expression) #9741
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    I played with it a while and finally figured it out. Here’s an example.

    Input document

    TheGreenAile TheGreenBile TheGreenCile TheGreenDile
    TheGreenEile TheGreenFile TheGreenGile TheGreenHile
    TheGreenIile TheGreenJile TheGreenKile TheGreenLile
    TheGreenNile TheGreenOile TheGreenPile TheGreenQile
    TheGreenRile TheGreenSile TheGreenUile TheGreenVile
    TheGreenWile TheGreenXile TheGreenYile TheGreenZile

    Search string

    (?:([BFNPR])|([^BFNPR]))(ile)

    Replace string

    (?1:M:T)3

    Replace all and output is

    TheGreenTile TheGreenMile TheGreenTile TheGreenTile
    TheGreenTile TheGreenMile TheGreenTile TheGreenTile
    TheGreenTile TheGreenTile TheGreenTile TheGreenTile
    TheGreenMile TheGreenTile TheGreenMile TheGreenTile
    TheGreenMile TheGreenTile TheGreenTile TheGreenTile
    TheGreenTile TheGreenTile TheGreenTile TheGreenTile

    I color coded it to help you see what’s happening.

    Oh yeah, the Boost regex docs helped me figure it out.

    in reply to: Find in Files #9639
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    Yutaka wrote:
    I might consider that in future versions.

    Yes, please.

    Thanks.

    in reply to: External Tools configuration #9494
    JohnQSmith
    Participant

    I have changed it to send the standard output to a new document.
    However, which option do I pick to send standard error to the output bar?
    See image.

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