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- February 26, 2021 at 12:29 am in reply to: Make Linefeed in status able to change current file’s linefeed #27336
Thanks for the explanation!February 25, 2021 at 3:37 am in reply to: Make Linefeed in status able to change current file’s linefeed #27334
:oDecember 3, 2020 at 2:15 am in reply to: Make Linefeed in status able to change current file’s linefeed #27214
Is this possible? It would be very convenient to change file encoding without opening “save as” dialog.
git config –global core.editor “emeditor.exe -sp”
Thanks! This solved my issue, and now EmEditor works perfectly as git editor.
For example, in notepad++, there are options like -notabbar -nosession, which makes it possible to use as a replacement for vim in various command-line & desktop hybrid environments.
I tried this on my laptop and there is no issue at all. Probably it is due to some weird corrupted system setting…
I am using Windows 10 1803 (17134.799). The theme is default theme, only color changed.
The Windows default theme gives the same result.
The animation when mouse is hovered on seemed correct for me, no such glitch happen.
The issue only exists when the mouse leaves (the menu loses focus).
Maybe this is due to that the animation does not change the entire text’s color at same time?
Here is a screenshot in the middle of the animation:
This behaviour is especially obvious and uncomfortable when using high refresh rate monitors.
Because it only happens in few frames, it may be imperceptible on normal 60 Hz monitors.
I tried turn on and off visual effects in Windows, there is no difference about this behaviour.
The effect when the mouse is hovered on a toolbar menu, the background becomes blue and text becomes white is distracting (hard to read the text when the animation is playing).
It would be better if there is an option to use the behaviour like toolbar (the Print button has the mouse hovered), like Windows Notepad:
i.e. only make the background deeper with a rectangle around the button, but not changing the color of the menu text.
Thanks. But it is set to 0.0 second.
The fade-in and fade-out of the texts are very distracting
The current behaviour:
And this is what I expected:
I have tried the new beta version, but I am expecting that after moving the cursor up and down once, the position of the cursors will not change.
#10 addend = 0; augend = 0; #10<-cursor addend = 0; augend = 1;<-cursor #10<-cursor addend = 0; augend = 2;
Also, is it possible to have the blue background of selected line for multiple lines selection? (Not only the left part, but also the entire line)
#10 addend = 0; augend = 0;<-cursor #10 addend = 0; augend = 1;<-cursor #10 addend = 0; augend = 2;
After pressing down key, I expect (which is correct in EmEditor):
#10 addend = 0; augend = 0; #10<-cursor addend = 0; augend = 1; #10<-cursor addend = 0; augend = 2;
And another down key:
#10 addend = 0; augend = 0; #10 addend = 0; augend = 1;<-cursor #10 addend = 0; augend = 2;<-cursor
Maybe you can consider pre-drawing some lines in the background?
Maybe you could add a option to turn the current line highlights on?
And the current line highlight doesn’t show in the minimap.
I suggest that the minimap has a constant scaling ratio, so when the file is too big or small, it won’t looks strange(characters too tall or too small).
Also it’s better to have a split bar between the file(main) view and the minimap.
I think he might means that switching between the filtered file and another file will cause EmEditor to refilter the big file and cause freezing.