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  • in reply to: How to Ctrl-click to open a URL? #21911
    Yang Yang
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    Thanks for your answer. I see double-click works this way; just wonder if left-click while holding Ctrl still works in v16.9, the same manner as in v10.

    in reply to: Opt out of the new-document-title sequential numbers? #21895
    Yang Yang
    Participant

    EmEditor is lightning fast to start up, but it has been my old habit to keep several tabs always open as an instant scratchpad.

    too many tabs opened

    Admittedly, it’s joyful to know a total of 124 new documents has been created during 8 hours of work, but sooner or later this will become distracting… :)

    in reply to: Better font for the Find toolbar #21882
    Yang Yang
    Participant

    OK, thank you! Before posting this suggestion I though there must be a reason for the bitmap font and it might be related to HDPI screens… Actually that’s a major reason that pushed me to upgrade from v10 to v16 on my new laptop.

    Not an easy workaround, but when it’s done, what a pleasure to the eyes! :)

    in reply to: Customizable configuration order #6669
    Yang Yang
    Participant

    Thank you for the suggestion! Actually I tried the renaming trick before — the same as you suggested — but the list looked ugly. I wonder why it has to be in an alphabetical order. Quick match? There aren’t many items.

    Yang Yang
    Participant

    I do most command-line work on Windows in a Cygwin Bash shell. For EmEditor I wrote a one-line script named “ee” in the path:
    “/cygdrive/d/Tools/EmEditor/emeditor.exe” “$@” &
    When I enter:
    $ ee *.tex
    , all the .tex files in the current folder are opened. I’m happy with this behavior and won’t bother to try cmd.exe.

    Yang Yang
    Participant

    I think interpreting wildcard characters is usually the shell’s reponsibility.

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