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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.June 8, 2017 at 6:33 am in reply to: Opt out of the new-document-title sequential numbers? #21895
EmEditor is lightning fast to start up, but it has been my old habit to keep several tabs always open as an instant scratchpad.
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… :)
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! :)
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.August 20, 2007 at 8:28 am in reply to: Opening multiple files using the OPEN dialog AND from the command line #4587
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.August 19, 2007 at 10:42 am in reply to: Opening multiple files using the OPEN dialog AND from the command line #4583
I think interpreting wildcard characters is usually the shell’s reponsibility.