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by yereverluvinuncleber
20 May 2019 10:17
Forum: Development - Beta Versions
Topic: Version 13.90 beta 3
Replies: 16
Views: 277

Re: Version 13.90 beta 3

It will be SATA III and it will be fast. A good guess is that isn't the source of your problem. Did you try to create a RJ project, did it help? Press Alt - Project - New, then when you have created your project, add files to it equalling the same number of files that initially gave you a problem, s...
by yereverluvinuncleber
17 May 2019 00:45
Forum: Development - Beta Versions
Topic: Version 13.90 beta 3
Replies: 16
Views: 277

Re: Version 13.90 beta 3

It'll be a SATA III (3) hard drive based upon how recent was the purchase (if it was new) and I'm guessing not a SCSI one as your sig. might suggest. Modern SATA III drives are fast, older SCSI drives are comparatively slow. Install and run HWINFO64 and it will tell you all about your system. Click ...
by yereverluvinuncleber
16 May 2019 09:48
Forum: Development - Beta Versions
Topic: Version 13.90 beta 3
Replies: 16
Views: 277

Re: Version 13.90 beta 3

FYI - When I open a RJTe project file and I have typically ten (max) files open, it appears to make no difference to the speed of opening the editor. Regardless of the project I open (10-15 files) it opens in less than 5 secs. In my projects, none of the scripts I am opening is more than 1,000 lines...
by yereverluvinuncleber
14 May 2019 09:04
Forum: Development - Beta Versions
Topic: Version 13.90 beta 3
Replies: 16
Views: 277

Re: Version 13.90 beta 3

I code, I create binaries all the time, I have to modify the a/v tool I am using to exclude certain folders to stop it flagging false positives or inspecting folders I do not want it to inspect. I have three a/v tools I might need to handle. That is normal and not a major pain. You do it once, then ...
by yereverluvinuncleber
13 May 2019 10:30
Forum: Development - Beta Versions
Topic: Version 13.90 beta 3
Replies: 16
Views: 277

Re: Version 13.90 beta 3

Try disabling it or adding an exclusion before you say you don't understand why... eg. Malwarebytes intercepts the opening of any executable and tests it to see if the payload has changed or contains any different behaviour and how it operates will depend upon which a/v tools you have installed. Jus...
by yereverluvinuncleber
30 Apr 2019 17:03
Forum: Next release
Topic: Version 13.90
Replies: 5
Views: 372

Re: Version 13.90

Good to know that Emmett is useful for other languages too, I'll give it a go. Frontpage? As I know it so well I would use it by default for HTML editing just as I would go to an old wooden-handed chisel that I know cuts well. I have no more affection for it than that. I liked the way it could opera...
by yereverluvinuncleber
30 Apr 2019 09:52
Forum: Next release
Topic: Version 13.90
Replies: 5
Views: 372

Re: Version 13.90

It is a clever and useful addition Rickard, I particularly like the pop-up that shows you how the resulting code will look. An impressive addition. I can see myself using it some time in the future and will let you know how it goes. I have previously always used a dedicated HTML editor such as NVU o...
by yereverluvinuncleber
25 Apr 2019 23:03
Forum: Features
Topic: DONE: Skip Keyword Search in Comments or Strings
Replies: 2
Views: 117

DONE: Skip Keyword Search in Comments or Strings

Using other editors such as the vb6 IDE and its plugins has suggested some enhancements to RJTexEd that might be useful. A useful adjunct to the comprehensive search utility that RJTextEd now has would be the ability to skip Keyword Search in Comments or Strings when performing a search and replacem...
by yereverluvinuncleber
24 Apr 2019 18:50
Forum: Features
Topic: REQUEST: Shift+F2 to find a function or subroutine automatically
Replies: 0
Views: 72

REQUEST: Shift+F2 to find a function or subroutine automatically

Forgive me as always if I am asking for something that already exists somewhere with RJTextEd. I am currently finishing one major part of my VB6 project and then dropping out on occasion to use RJTextEd when I have a bug to resolve in one of my other projects. One useful facility that the VB6 IDE pr...
by yereverluvinuncleber
16 Apr 2019 21:04
Forum: General discussion
Topic: The End Of Win32 Apps?
Replies: 2
Views: 318

Re: The End Of Win32 Apps?

Good feedback - thanks. I will take some of those thoughts and muse on them. Installing some s/w onto Win10 and getting that "not from the Windows store" message and hearing about the new Windows option to prevent Win32 apps makes me realise how dependant upon win32-style apps I really am. Yes React...
by yereverluvinuncleber
08 Apr 2019 18:57
Forum: General discussion
Topic: The End Of Win32 Apps?
Replies: 2
Views: 318

The End Of Win32 Apps?

Anyone who has been coding for Windows for the last few years has been coding within the Win32 environment, using Win32 apps or making apps for it. The vast majority of Windows apps exist within the Win32 framework but there are hints that this might not be Microsoft's future path. MS is attempting ...
by yereverluvinuncleber
29 Mar 2019 10:05
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Create web application
Replies: 1
Views: 213

Re: Create web application

You need to go to the correct forum to ask that sort of question, alternatively you could continue to ask that form of question here and prove you are a bot.
by yereverluvinuncleber
17 Mar 2019 20:40
Forum: Questions
Topic: Firefox Preview tab
Replies: 6
Views: 820

Re: Firefox Preview tab

Understood.
by yereverluvinuncleber
15 Mar 2019 14:57
Forum: Questions
Topic: Firefox Preview tab
Replies: 6
Views: 820

Re: Firefox Preview tab

A gentle bump!