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Today's Topics:

   1. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] Incremental      search keyboard
      shortcut (SourceForge.net)
   2. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] [Request]        Number of lines in
      the status bar (SourceForge.net)
   3. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] Automatic        selection
      "highlight" performance (SourceForge.net)
   4. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] File     association improvement
      (SourceForge.net)
   5. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: "Find all    in current
      file" (SourceForge.net)
   6. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] [Bug] Wrong      file selection
      when clicking last (SourceForge.net)
   7. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] New user - Can   Notepad save
      in Unix format? (SourceForge.net)
   8. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] missing  bracket finder
      (SourceForge.net)
   9. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: "Find all    in current
      file" (SourceForge.net)
  10. [notepad-plus - Help] RE: Unable to open txt      files!
      (SourceForge.net)
  11. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] Missing  bracket finding
      opportunities (SourceForge.net)


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Message: 1
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 03:32:54 -0700
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion]
        Incremental     search keyboard shortcut
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By: amadawn

Hi,

I have recently discovered the "Incremental search feature" and I think that
it is very useful. However I think that there are some problems with the 
selected
shortcut.

Currently incremental search is mapped to Alt+Space. However, in Windows, this
is a system wide shortcut that is mapped to showing the "Window menu". Sometimes
this is also used by some keyboard launchers (such as Launchy).

Currently, when I hit Alt+space Notepad++ shows the Incremental search toolbar.
However, if you hit it again you get the Window menu. I think that this is a
bit weird.

Instead I'd like to suggest that the default keyboard shortcut for Incremental
search should resemble the default firefox incremental search shortcut, which
is "/". This is the same shortcut as other editors, like "vi" and of the "more"
unix command. Since / cannot be used "as is" in notepad++ I would like to 
suggest
using Ctrl+/ as the default incremental search shortcut in Notepad++.

I know that I can change the keyboard shortcut very easily (and I already did),
but I think that this would make a better, more standard shortcut since it is
very similar to what other editors use and also does not conflict with a 
Windows-wide
system shortcut.

Cheers,

Amadawn

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Message: 2
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 03:34:57 -0700
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion]
        [Request]       Number of lines in the status bar
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By: amadawn

Hi,

please let me know if there is already a way to do this, but I don't think that
notepad++ currently shows the number of lines in the currently open file in
the status bar. It would be very nice to have that info in the status bar. In
my opinion it is much more useful than the number of chars which is already
being shown.

Cheers,

Amadawn


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Message: 3
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 03:41:39 -0700
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion]
        Automatic       selection "highlight" performance
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By: amadawn

Hi again :-)

Notepad++ 4.9 has an awesome feature where if you select a word it will 
automatically
highlight all other occurrences of that same word.

However, when you work with very long text files (in the order of 100000 lines,
and several million chars) this seems to be quite slow. There is a very 
noticeable
delay between the moment you double click on a word to select it and the moment
at which notepad++ selects the word and then highlights other occurrences of
that word.

At the very least, notepad++ should first highlight the word (and do it 
immediately)
and then highlight the other occurrences of the word. That way the delay would
be less noticeable.

Also (and perhaps you are already doing this) I think that notepad++ could 
search
first withing the text that is being currently displayed on the screen (which
should not be more than 40 or 50 lines) and then search everywhere else in the
document. This would give the illusion of the search being really fast. 
Obviously
this may not be technically feasible, but in which case I beg your pardon!

Cheers,

Amadawn


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Message: 4
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 03:51:52 -0700
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] File
        association improvement
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By: amadawn

Hi,

there is one small issue with the File Association dialog. The problem is that
it is not possible to select more than one extension at a time. Thus, when you
want to associate notepad++ with a lot of file types it takes quite a long time,
as you must select one type, add it with the "->" button, select another type,
and so on.

It would be nice if you could select several extensions (by control clicking
them) or at least that there was a button to associate all the extensions that
are being shown at the same time.

Cheers,

Amadawn


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Message: 5
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 05:34:05 -0700
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE:
        "Find all       in current file"
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By: abhayjoshi

Hi,

You can achive it by two ways.
1. select "mark line" just below "Find What:" and Hit "Find All" button next
to that.
   It will mark all lines containing that word. Which you can iterate these
lines
   using "F2". also if you use "Style found token" (option below "mark line"). 
   it will highlight the word.

2. You can use incremental search by using "Ctrl + Alt + I". After using this
combination of keys, the option will be shown at bottom. This is the most handy
option (better than VS). Here as you go on typing it will move cursor to 
matching
locations. You can use "highlight all" option. Try to use it as much as 
possible,
after that you will not move to Find dialog. I Guaranty...

Regards

Abhay

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Message: 6
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 08:27:46 -0700
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] [Bug]
        Wrong   file selection when clicking last
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By: abhayjoshi

Hi,

I am using 4.9.1. When I am opening many files(20-30), and if first file is
showing up. Then if I clicked at last file of visible Tab, then it jumps 2-3
files next at open diffrent file than expected.

If already reported or solved then ignore it.
I feel it is regression.

Regards

Abhay


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Message: 7
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 09:12:28 -0700
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] New user
        - Can   Notepad save in Unix format?
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By: gcmartin2

Forgive me, but I know everyone of you know the answer to this.

Can I save a text file on Windows XP in Unix/Linux text format?

Thanks in advance

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Message: 8
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 09:27:24 -0700
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] missing
        bracket finder
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By: clyfton

Hello,

Is there a way in notepad++ to search for missing braces/brackets/parenthesis?

I use asterisk VOIP which has large config files.  If there are errors, all
I get is "MISSING }" -- no line number or even file name...that would be too
easy.

So, I need a way to open a file and go right to the missing tag.  The best way
would be some type of search.  Second best would be a function which would 
highlight
all the missing tags in a file.  I tried changing language to perl, but I tested
by typing a line with a missing parenthesis and it didn't go red.  These files
are just configuration files and not tied to a specific language.

If Notepad doesn't do this, does anyone know of a tool?  A google search did
not reveal one that would check an entire file.

Thanks,

Cliff


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Message: 9
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 09:40:12 -0700
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE:
        "Find all       in current file"
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By: amadawn

Thanks Abhay,

however, although your suggestions are very handy (and I will definitely use
them) sometimes I want to see all the lines were a certain string is found,
very much as the "Find all in all open files" does, but only on the current
file.

Hopefully this feature can be added to the Find Dialog in the future?

Cheers,

Angel


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Message: 10
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 10:26:14 -0700
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Help] RE: Unable to open
        txt     files!
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By: aufklaerer

I had the same problem and indeed it could be in some way solved by changing
the way the files are associated with Notepad++. After making the following
changes, I am again able to open files with a double click.

1. Start Notepad++
2. Go to Settings -> Preferences -> File Association
3. Add the according extensions manually

As far as I get it, the problem seems to be that the path of the document is
not correctly handed over to Notepad++ if you open it for instance per 
drag&drop.
Besides, at my PC the problem occurs only if the document resides in a 
folder/path
with space characters in its name.

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Message: 11
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 12:33:22 -0700
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] Missing
        bracket finding opportunities
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By: fool4uanyway

1. Does a closing bracket have to be on the same line as the opening bracket?

If so, you could find them by searching for or applying the following regular
expression:

^[^{]*{[^}]*$

Notice that this doesn't account for multiple pairs (or mismatches) on the same
line.
The regex searches for a { from the start of the line, not followed by any }
on the same line. There may be more than one { on a matching line.

You can use this regex in either Find Dialog (CTRL+F or the advanced alternative
CTRL+R) or with the TextFX Viz Show and Hide features.

See the thread references in this message for more information:

"RE: Need help using regex" - 2008-04-23 21:22
http://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=4923889

2. If the opening and closing brackets may appear on different lines, you can
filter these lines (TextFX Viz Show) by using a simple regular expression to
find either of them:

[{}]

You could probably scan all lines now for (missing) matches, preferrably after
copying all lines to a separate document.

It may help you to insert the original lines numbers first, before doing any
filtering.

Select the complete text by pressing CTRL+A.

Menu_____ : TextFX
Submenu__ : TextFX Tools
Option___ : Insert Line Numbers

You could also use either of the tools mentioned in the thread references above
to extract either all matching lines or, less usable, only all matching 
brackets,
but this wouldn't allow you to insert the original line numbers first.


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