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by pjj
07 Feb 2020 09:26
Forum: Bugs
Topic: ??? Can't drag'n'drop file from Windows Explorer nor Everything
Replies: 2
Views: 250

Re: ??? Can't drag'n'drop file from Windows Explorer nor Everything

Now it works on my end as well :shock: It seems I should have added a couple of reboots before posting my latest bug reports... or maybe not? Because it really didn't work, while it worked for other program combinations. Bad thing I have no idea how to debug if such situation I described in my previ...
by pjj
05 Feb 2020 08:10
Forum: Features
Topic: File right-click Explorer context menu
Replies: 5
Views: 319

Re: File right-click Explorer context menu

Perhaps RJ TE doesn't need file right-click Explorer context menu, but rather TortoiseGit integration? Some kind of Git integration would be definitely beneficial. (Sadly, I don't use Git myself -- yet :()
by pjj
05 Feb 2020 08:07
Forum: Features
Topic: DONE: Open Files without modifying Last Opened Files List
Replies: 8
Views: 427

Re: DONE: Open Files without modifying Last Opened Files List

A toolbar switch can accidently be forgotten and files are no longer added to the MRU... Let's make another toolbar/menu entry then: Add all open files to MRU 8) Nope, just kidding! Ritalin is teh answer ;) It's difficult to implement with drag n drop by using a qualifier key since they are all tak...
by pjj
04 Feb 2020 18:52
Forum: Features
Topic: Cooperate with WordWeb
Replies: 3
Views: 255

Re: Cooperate with WordWeb

Strangest thing, suddenly now it works on my side, too (both with shortcut key and tool icon) :o It also works with document map or annotation bar visible... I'm not sure the program can be used with command line options at all. Yup, probably can't be, and click on an icon just shows up its window, ...
by pjj
04 Feb 2020 17:19
Forum: Features
Topic: DONE: Open Files without modifying Last Opened Files List
Replies: 8
Views: 427

Re: DONE: Open Files without modifying Last Opened Files List

But will it let add many files at once, with e.g. drag and drop from a file manager (inner or separate program)? Perhaps a switch on the menu (or a toolbar's icon) would be an useful companion to your solution?
by pjj
31 Jan 2020 15:28
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED: Can't execute/debug script against file in right view
Replies: 4
Views: 488

Re: Can't execute/debug script against file in right view

You are attempting to run a file, which is not the script -- hence the warning message (of course). Perhaps editor might get "smart" and check if any other foreground tab contains a script, but what if there are four views open, with e.g. three scripts? There is one more bug, though: per https://www...
by pjj
30 Jan 2020 14:24
Forum: Features
Topic: Cooperate with WordWeb
Replies: 3
Views: 255

Cooperate with WordWeb

WordWeb is very handy free English dictionary. You may set a shortcut to invoke it; if a word is selected, it is instantly searched for and its definition(s) displayed, as on the screenshot below. Unfortunately, it doesn't work with RJ TE: WW's window shows up, but selected word isn't used. Could y...
by pjj
30 Jan 2020 13:35
Forum: Bugs
Topic: ??? Can't drag'n'drop file from Windows Explorer nor Everything
Replies: 2
Views: 250

??? Can't drag'n'drop file from Windows Explorer nor Everything

It may be just me, but I can't open a file by dragging it from Windows Explorer (nor Everything window) and dropping on RJ TE window. (Yes, I can d'n'd files from my file manager. Yes, I can d'n'd files from Windows Explorer and Everything to a Notepad.)
by pjj
30 Jan 2020 13:28
Forum: Features
Topic: DONE: Open Files without modifying Last Opened Files List
Replies: 8
Views: 427

Re: Open Files without modifying Last Opened Files List

rjbill wrote:
29 Jan 2020 22:01
That's one work-around.
Of course, and I don't deny the feature you're suggesting may be really handy at times, but until it is implemented you might want to benefit from this off-hand solution.
by pjj
29 Jan 2020 10:15
Forum: Features
Topic: DONE: Open Files without modifying Last Opened Files List
Replies: 8
Views: 427

Re: Open Files without modifying Last Opened Files List

I don't know if this is possible. I don't know if you're being facetious or what :-D But sometimes I want to open a lot of files to do some work on, or look at, and then they completely take over my Last Opened Files List (drop-down) and I lose all of my "REAL" Last Opened Files context. This, in f...
by pjj
21 Jan 2020 17:29
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED: Wrong highlight in some CSS values
Replies: 1
Views: 337

FIXED: Wrong highlight in some CSS values

Some numerical values in CSS declarations may start with a dot (since leading zeros may be omitted); however RJ TE's CSS syntax doesn't take it into account. In the following ruleset 12 is correctly highlighted, while .75 isn't:
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by pjj
17 Jan 2020 17:25
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED: Split document view, no scrollbar in 2nd view
Replies: 4
Views: 334

Re: Split document view, no scrollbar in 2nd view

crtrubshaw wrote:
17 Jan 2020 11:59
this is probably a duplicate of viewtopic.php?f=5&t=4781
Yeah, most probably (I forgot about this bug report, too).
by pjj
16 Jan 2020 12:37
Forum: Bugs
Topic: SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?
Replies: 13
Views: 716

Re: Is code folding generally buggy?

Please give your cat a good scratch for me. Purring would be the ideal result Done! And yes, she purred, as if giving you her best regards (as I mentioned it was from you). A code-astute cat is an invaluable companion! She's not that code-astute, I'm afraid, but since you mentioned cats in your cod...
by pjj
16 Jan 2020 12:31
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED: Split document view, no scrollbar in 2nd view
Replies: 4
Views: 334

Re: Split document view, no scrollbar in 2nd view

Strange thing, it works well for me (I'm on a beta, though): vertical, horizontal, dual views all have scrollbars where they should have.
by pjj
15 Jan 2020 07:03
Forum: Bugs
Topic: SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?
Replies: 13
Views: 716

Re: Is code folding generally buggy?

Ahhh, what the heck, here's the annotated screenshot I made to document things for Rickard: ( in my most authoritarian voice ) Well, what a fine piece of computer code we see here! Well done! ...Also my cat approves! :wink: Great news is Rickard has fixed it with just a (...) I'm not surprised a bi...