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Any ideas on this? It is quite vital in the work I am doing at the moment.
Because if I want to search in that file, if it has a cursor position saved, then it searches from that position downwards (thus, I have to go to top first in order to search).
I think these two functionalities are different and present different possibilities and use case scenarios, so it would be good if they were separately controllable.
Because I want to keep processing a specific file by bookmarking certain lines.
Just selecting text and pressing “[” results in text surround in one bracket from each side. In my case I need 2 on each side.
Ctrl+Shift+] simply selects string enclosed in brackets, which is not something I need.
Hi, thanks. I do not want to select a string enclosed in brackets already. I want to be able to select a non-bracket string and add with one shortcut double brackets at the end and the beginning so that for example the word test when selected becomes [[test]]
Hi David, no I did not miss it… strange.
The 1st solution mentioned here seemed to work even in older versions: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58084119/match-strings-between-delimiting-characters
Did not test Mr KT’s solution as my version is older.
Thank you very much both.
Thanks! This is what I got as output (with regular expression on):
J “‘”.replace(/‘/g,”[[“) + “verdichten″.replace(/, /g,”]],[[“) + “’″.replace(/’/g,”]]”)
J “‘”.replace(/‘/g,”[[“) + “verdichten, verstopfen″.replace(/, /g,”]],[[“) + “’″.replace(/’/g,”]]”)
J “‘”.replace(/‘/g,”[[“) + “dunkel, finster, wolkig″.replace(/, /g,”]],[[“) + “’″.replace(/’/g,”]]”)
J “‘”.replace(/‘/g,”[[“) + “fort sein, verloren sein, verloren″.replace(/, /g,”]],[[“) + “’″.replace(/’/g,”]]”)
J “‘”.replace(/‘/g,”[[“) + “von den Nymph ergriffen, verzückt, verrückt″.replace(/, /g,”]],[[“) + “’″.replace(/’/g,”]]”)
J “‘”.replace(/‘/g,”[[“) + “der sich halten kann, halten kann″.replace(/, /g,”]],[[“) + “’″.replace(/’/g,”]]”)
18.9.8 Tab is not assigned to anything. Its behaviour only changes when one first selects something and presses tab, as one can see from video.
Thanks, I did, but the only think it changed is the colour of the Find/Filter text areas. The menus and toolbars on top remained light colored.
The menus/button areas still have the light colour. Is it possible to change those to a darker one too?July 3, 2019 at 1:11 am in reply to: On launch automatically open files that were open when last closing the program #25936
I had to select the text first, but still, the output is not as a one liner for each node. I.e. I want all content of each TU to be in a single line.
Hi, not sure if anyone had a chance to see why the replacement behaves in this I way, I just wanted to update that I tried the same replacements with an UltraEdit script, and it worked as expected; so I am guessing there is some sort of bug with EmEditor.
Thanks :) For some reason it did not work for me.
I tried the one below, which worked in Notepad++ (And PCRE, as ultimately I wanted to run it on a MariaDB database).
Yes, works great, thank you!
I also tried using Tidy as external tool https://www.emeditor.com/text-editor-features/extensibility/external-tools/ but it seems to have the same issue, I.e. adding extra line breaks.
Thank you! Looks good and is much appreciated.
Thank you. Sorry for the late reply, I just saw it. Looks good apart from misrecognizing whole words. I.e.
we’re master’s doesn’t
We’Re Master’S Doesn’T
We’re Master’s Doesn’t
By the way, the default functionality of the Convert Selection > Capitalize command, does not do that.
There is already a shortcut for this in Notepad++ (no option though for words that should not be capitalized)April 15, 2018 at 11:52 pm in reply to: Changes to filtered line apply to all lines in between #23033
My usual workflow was to select some consecutive filtered lines (not full filtered text) and then apply the case change, would this still affect the non-filtered lines inbetween?April 15, 2018 at 1:27 am in reply to: Changes to filtered line apply to all lines in between #23030
Yes, but that does not make sense (it is not intuitive), only visible (filtered) text should be affected.
Thanks for the workflow, but my example was just to point out the issue, I would need to change case in pretty varied scenarios.
I am working with a 500.000 lines file and Option 2 apparently works (in my case does not work at all, see screen) if “Word Count” plugin is active, which means… very slow performance. It was dead slow even with a 30.000 lines file.
Option 1: Takes ages to load…
Option 2: always shows the total number of lines for FULL file
This did it for me
(I had to add “Ά-Ώ” so that it would get capitals with accents too)
Is there a way to show the number of lines filtered?
This is the way used by Notepad++
Maybe something similar could be done?