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  • Rien van Ham
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    Hi Yutaka,

    When changing the behavior for the search- and replace- historyboxes consider thinking of a kind of “favorite” search- and replacephrases. These “favorites” stay in the list forever. Thanks in advace and regards from Holland.

    Rien

    in reply to: Regex in 'FInd in Files" with exception #19745

    Rien van Ham
    Participant

    Hello Yutaka,

    I’m sorry to tell you but isn’t that a very strange solution?
    1: The regex is NOT complex. The only difference is that is does a lookahead to see if the value does NOT excists in the current line.
    2: The regex is fully Perl-compatible
    3: Other editors will do the same work without any complaining.

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Regex in 'FInd in Files" with exception #19728

    Rien van Ham
    Participant

    Hello Yutaka,

    No, I’m sorry, the same error is popping up.

    in reply to: EmEditor v14.7.0 beta 1 released! #19706

    Rien van Ham
    Participant

    Hello Yutaka,

    Sorry, that was an error when I retyped the regex.

    It has to be:
    ^((?!<Landcode value=”NL”/>).)*$

    Thanks in advance!

    in reply to: EmEditor v14.7.0 beta 1 released! #19686

    Rien van Ham
    Participant

    Hello Yutaka,

    1: Sticky Vertical Mode: I’ve been overseeiing this button! Another toolbar was laying on top of it. Tahnks!
    2: Exception: no, sorry, I’m still gettting this exception.

    Thanks,

    Rien

    in reply to: EmEditor v14.7.0 beta 1 released! #19682

    Rien van Ham
    Participant

    Dear Yutaka,

    I get an exception “Ran out of stack space trying to match the regular expression” in this case:

    1: Search -> Find in Files…
    2: Find: ^((?!<Landcode value=”NL”/>.)*$
    3: Files Types: *.sm
    4: In Folder: <whatever>
    5: “Use Regular Expressions” and “Close when Finished”
    6: Encoding: Configured Encoding
    7: Output Options: Display Matched Lines Only

    Thanks in advance!

    in reply to: EmEditor v14.7.0 beta 1 released! #19681

    Rien van Ham
    Participant

    Dear Yutaka,

    This is a feature request.

    Perhaps I’m overseeing it but is it possible to give a visual feedback on the interface for “Vertical Selection”? e.g. “Normal selection” vs “Vertical Selection”?

    Thanks in advance,

    Rien van Ham

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional v14.6.0 beta 17 released! #19444

    Rien van Ham
    Participant

    Hello Yutaka,

    Again I missed something or I have a feature request:

    In my sourcecode (yes, I’m also a developer) very often I’m putting in comments with EmEditor. A handy feature are the snippets, but with the time and date objects I’m missing a format method.

    It would be very nice if I could use (e.g.) ${Date.format(“dd-mm-yyyy”)} or ${Time.format(“hh:mm:ss”)} (like the .net format method so it writes the date and timestrings in my own format, and not the format of Windows.

    Thanks again!

    RIen

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional v14.6.0 beta 17 released! #19440

    Rien van Ham
    Participant

    Feature request:

    Hello Yutaka,

    Every day I do a lot of Find- and Replace actions with big logfiles.

    Could you please have a look at:
    – creating favorites (so, Find- and Replacestring which will be saved under a logic name) (please have a look at UltraEdit)
    – increasing the historie to (lets say) 128 items? or perhaps more?

    Thanks in advance,

    Rien van Ham

    in reply to: EmEditor Professional v14.6.0 beta 17 released! #19439

    Rien van Ham
    Participant

    Hello Yutaka,

    The progessbar in dialog “Sorting” is not equal to the progress in numbers, e.g.:
    Sorting (2/3)
    29 / 125
    Progressbar shows 41%.

    I’ve never seen (in many sortings) that the progressbar reaches 100%.

    Thanks in advance!


    Rien van Ham
    Participant

    Hello Yutaka,

    Feature Request: Can you please add a negative option for the Filter toolbar? So, display all the lines NOT containing the specific search-string?

    Thanks a lot!

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