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  • in reply to: report three bugs, and a feature request (v11 Beta 2) #9592
    owilsky
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    —– below is just the reason of why need ToggleMarkerAddDel command —–
    for example, I need keep marker golbal vari “aa” and “bb” when I trace code,
    and usually need add/delelte local vari such as “cc”, “dd” or “return”,
    command “enable/disable all” or “delete all” can’t help me.
    use hotkey/shortcut key is more huge handy than mouse.

    I think this is really a great idea.

    in reply to: Bug: No Menu and no toolbars shown #9097
    owilsky
    Participant

    Hi Yutaka,

    I sent you my settings.
    To reproduce:

    – Close EmEditor
    – open command line window (“cmd.exe”)
    – make sure, current working directory is NOT EmEditor directory, else it works
    – look for a .txt file on your machine, e.g. C:textfile.txt
    – enter this command: “C:Program FilesEmEditorEmEditor.exe” “C:textfile.txt”

    Now EmEditor is opened but without menu and without toolbars.

    It works fine, if:
    – current working directory is “C:Program FilesEmEditor”
    or
    – EmEditor is already open when invoking above command

    Oliver

    in reply to: Bug restoring window size #8921
    owilsky
    Participant

    Yutaka wrote:
    Hi owilsky

    If the “Restore Tabbed Window Position” is checked, EmEditor should remember the window size when tabs are enabled..

    Tabs are enabled, “Restore Tabbed Window Position” is checked. I don’t want to simply restore window size but also window state (maximized), and this does not work for me.

    in reply to: Bug restoring window size #8918
    owilsky
    Participant

    The tabs are enabled.

    But whether I check or uncheck “Restore Tabbed Window Position” does not make any difference.

    What do I have to configure to let EmEditor start in whatever state it was when closing it? Maximized when closed in maximized state, normal with size and position when closed in normal state?

    Oliver

    in reply to: Bug with show marks #8906
    owilsky
    Participant

    OK, works now. Thanks.

    in reply to: Bug with show marks #8900
    owilsky
    Participant

    Hi tried this which should do what I want.

    #title = "Marks" 
    #tooltip = "Toggle Marks ON/OFF"

    editor.ExecuteCommandByID(4370); //EEID_VIEW_MARKS (4370)
    if(document.Config.Mark.ShowReturns) document.Config.Mark.ShowSpaces = true;
    else document.Config.Mark.ShowSpaces = false;

    document.Config.Save();

    Unfortunately document.Config.Mark.ShowSpaces = true does not do anything for me. What do I do wrong?

    Oliver

    in reply to: Bug with show marks #8892
    owilsky
    Participant

    Oh.. I see. What a pity… would be nice to have a one click solution to show or hide all desired marks.

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 RC 18 (9.90.27) #8628
    owilsky
    Participant

    Is it possible in Hex view to also edit in the right ascii column? That would be really fine and then I’d never need a hex editor again ;-)

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 RC 14 (9.90.23) #8588
    owilsky
    Participant

    I understand.
    But in my opinion this feature is really an important one and the complexity to write the macro manually is quite high because of the number of arguments.

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 RC 14 (9.90.23) #8583
    owilsky
    Participant

    Yutaka wrote:
    Do you want EmEditor record these commands (Find in Files, etc.) automatically?

    Well, it doesn’t hurt, does it? :-D

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 RC 14 (9.90.23) #8581
    owilsky
    Participant

    I wanted to record a macro yesterday, however it seems that these commands are not recorded, is this true?

    – Find in Files
    – Find and Replace in Files

    I wrote a macro manually which worked fine.

    Regards,
    Oliver

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 beta 9 (9.90.9) #8358
    owilsky
    Participant

    Why not leave the CTRL-Tab behavior like it is in version 9 and add such a setting like in IE?

    I second that!

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 beta 9 (9.90.9) #8352
    owilsky
    Participant

    MariaK wrote:

    How do I change my keyboard settings? When I want to change “last accessed document” to “CTRL-TAB” when I press this key combination, I change from the keyboard tab to the spelling tab.

    Press one key after the other key and not in combination; first [CTRL] and then [TAB].

    That works. Thanks!

    @Yutaka:
    I modified my main menu, I inserted some new menus to call my macros. Unfortunately when a new version comes out that has some new menu items (like View/Marks some betas ago) I don’t see those new items. I need to reset my main menu for that, but then I lose my user defined menus.

    I really would like to have a kind of import/export feature for parts of the menus so I could easily transfer my menu from one version to the next or even from one computer to a colleague’s. At the moment it is saved in a binary way in HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareEmSoftEmEditor v3CommonMainMenu as far as I can see. No real way to backup and restore parts of it.

    BTW: I reset the main menu in beta 9 and see the “Next Document” / “Previous Document” entries in Window menu, but not “Last/Least accessed Document”, I had to manually insert those. Is this normal?

    Oliver

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 beta 9 (9.90.9) #8349
    owilsky
    Participant

    Hi Yutaka,

    thanks for your answer.
    How do I change my keyboard settings? When I want to change “last accessed document” to “CTRL-TAB” when I press this key combination, I change from the keyboard tab to the spelling tab.

    Oliver

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional v10 beta 9 (9.90.9) #8341
    owilsky
    Participant

    – By default, CTRL + F6 is now assigned to the “Last Accessed Document” command, CTRL + SHIFT + F6 is assigned to the “Least Accessed Document” command, CTRL + TAB is assigned to the “Next Document” command, and CTRL + SHIFT + TAB is assigned to the “Previous Document” command.

    I don’t like this new CTRL-TAB behavior.
    I am used to that I can switch between the same two documents by CTRL-TAB although I have more documents open.
    I wanted to change the key to the old behavior but was not able to find the new commands (CTRL+F6 / CTRL+SHIFT+F6). Where are they?

    My suggestion is to change it to this per default:
    – Last Accessed Document: CTRL + TAB
    – Least Accessed Document: CTRL + SHIFT + TAB
    – Next Document: CTRL + F6
    – Previous Document: CTRL + SHIFT + TAB

    What do you think?
    Oliver

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional 9.00 RC trial #7705
    owilsky
    Participant

    Yutaka wrote:
    You can find which character is your box (□) by pressing the cursor at the left of the box (□) and press CTRL + I. Can you find what the code value is? If you still don’t know can you email me (tech@emurasoft.com) the text file after zipped?

    The gray color is now the default because if you narrow a portion of the document, you will not notice where the border is.

    Thanks!

    I know what character it is. It is a tabulator (ASCII 09). It is a tab separated file, so this is normal. But in the new tab mode this should not be shown imo. Am I the only one with this problem?

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional 9.00 RC trial #7695
    owilsky
    Participant

    Yutaka wrote:

    owilsky wrote:
    But the blue marks don’t disappear when I disable marks. They turn from blue to black then.

    Second bug for me is the grey area at the end of a file. This was not this way in V8.

    How do you disable marks? You should uncheck “Show Tabs” in the Marks tab of Configuration Properties of the selected configuration.

    The gray area corresponds to the Outside region in the Display tab of Configuration Properties. You can change the background color of this.

    1.
    Regarding marks: see this screenshot with marks enabled: tabs are blue in tab mode.

    Now see this screenshot with marks disabled. Tabs are still there, but in black.

    2.
    Regarding the gray area: I see. I could change this easily by changing background colour from custom to default.
    But shouldn’t “default” be the default setting after installing EmEditor?

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional 9.00 RC trial #7687
    owilsky
    Participant

    But the blue marks don’t disappear when I disable marks. They turn from blue to black then.

    Second bug for me is the grey area at the end of a file. This was not this way in V8.

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional 9.00 RC trial #7683
    owilsky
    Participant
    in reply to: EmEditor Professional 9.00 beta 2 #7632
    owilsky
    Participant

    – The ability to sort just the current selection instead of the whole file.

    I second this request! And additionally I’d like to configure which column the sorting should begin, at the moment it always sorts from the start (column 1).

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional 9.00 beta 2 #7622
    owilsky
    Participant

    Also, is this grey border normal? In empty documents it look very ugly:

    Also I’d like to have the temp folder as my backup folder in All Configurations > Backup. Is it possible for you to implement the use of environment variables like \%temp\% ? The same for Auto save folder.

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional 9.00 beta 2 #7621
    owilsky
    Participant

    I just tried to open a tab separated txt file and it look like this:

    I don’t think the blue square is supposed to be there?
    Please note that there is no character other than a tab between the cells.

    Regards,
    Oliver

    in reply to: CSV mode should not require "," as the separator #7542
    owilsky
    Participant

    I second feature request #2!

    in reply to: New toolbar buttons in v9 #7521
    owilsky
    Participant

    Yutaka wrote:

    owilsky wrote:
    First thing I add to the toolbar after a fresh install is always the “marks” button to show/hide tabs, cr/lf etc.
    How about adding this as default?

    The Marks button is already included in the Toolbar, and you only need to customize from the default toolbar. The default buttons will not be changed. In this forum, I am asking any “new” button ideas that you would like to customize.

    Sorry, I misunderstood your post.
    Then I fully agree with MariaK. Why limitations?

    in reply to: New toolbar buttons in v9 #7516
    owilsky
    Participant

    First thing I add to the toolbar after a fresh install is always the “marks” button to show/hide tabs, cr/lf etc.
    How about adding this as default?

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