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by pjj
14 Aug 2022 14:02
Forum: Development - Beta Versions
Topic: Version 15.60 beta 1
Replies: 4
Views: 24

Re: Version 15.60 beta 1

Selection mini toolbar Added a mini toolbar that is displayed when making a selection. It fades away after a short while, or if you press the left mouse button. This is uber-cool! This would be a great place to add own scripts ;) Ideally, buttons would be customizable, too (order, on/off). https://...
by pjj
13 Aug 2022 10:00
Forum: Bugs
Topic: Cursor blocking; large sections invisible
Replies: 14
Views: 288

Re: Cursor blocking; large sections invisible

You are very welcome! :)

For the record: this one https://www.swisstransfer.com/en-us looks very well, too, though I have never used it.
by pjj
12 Aug 2022 14:24
Forum: Bugs
Topic: Cursor blocking; large sections invisible
Replies: 14
Views: 288

Re: Cursor blocking; large sections invisible

Highly recommend https://www.sendspace.com/ no nonsense, no need to register, files up to 300 MB.
by pjj
11 Aug 2022 08:59
Forum: Scripts
Topic: I guess the Script system changed
Replies: 5
Views: 97

Re: I guess the Script system changed

Strange that you can't use built-in JavaScript functions. It's FastScript, not JavaScript. FastScript uses its own set of functions. Remove this line and things should get better in no time: #language JScript Use // for line comments and /* */ for block comments. If sChar is a string, how can you c...
by pjj
10 Aug 2022 06:34
Forum: Scripts
Topic: I guess the Script system changed
Replies: 5
Views: 97

Re: I guess the Script system changed

When you click on the [ok] button on the modal window letting you know about the error, your caret will be placed on the offending line exactly in the place where script engine expected closing bracket -- but encountered a semicolon. Caution, bumpy road ahead -- when you delete the semicolon, anothe...
by pjj
05 Aug 2022 16:29
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks
Replies: 35
Views: 864

Re: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks

OK, I think I have finally wrapped my head around it. So there can be three stages of highlighting code in a document: 1) regex-based; it is always necessary if you don't have your LS running or said LS doesn't have syntax highlighting built-in; most popular language grammar is TextMate's 2) LSP bas...
by pjj
05 Aug 2022 15:06
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks
Replies: 35
Views: 864

Re: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks

In the same repository @inspector71 has pointed to there are also other goodies: HTML tags and ARIA attributes . It would be really cool to use them and also to be able to update them the same way e.g. RJ TE lang files/highlighters are updated (i.e. imported from Github and converted to RJ TE format).
by pjj
05 Aug 2022 11:49
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks
Replies: 35
Views: 864

Re: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks

The latest version of the CSS language server doesn't seem to have any support for this. Also, it seems it hasn't been updated in a while. E.g. there are several newer CSS properties missing in the auto completion. I'm glad you mentioned this, because I was about to ask about CSS language server my...
by pjj
04 Aug 2022 08:45
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks
Replies: 35
Views: 864

Re: Some CSS highlighter quirks

I suppose you're referring to Language Server Protocol (LSP), which has been implemented already and is very helpful indeed. That's the one :) You have used it? I'm not really sure what it is. Maybe I've misinterpreted or missed something. Yes, I do use LSP binding for three Web languages (JS, CSS,...
by pjj
04 Aug 2022 08:27
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks
Replies: 35
Views: 864

Re: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks

Just one slight oddity but that may be nothing. Anyone know if grid-gap and gap are interchangable? I seem to be using either, in different rules, and they both work the same. According to CanIUse (I haven't found it mentioned on MDN), grid-gap is a non-standard name; so, they both can work now, bu...
by pjj
03 Aug 2022 14:33
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks
Replies: 35
Views: 864

Re: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks

Wow, I just had a quick look and boy, am I impressed! https://64.media.tumblr.com/81b18b308ca41ebc74b726171fc1db04/tumblr_mhyq3asLBv1rrx588o1_400.gif Just a a quick thought: could you please copy #Flag from SASS.syx into it? It's good to be able to see if number of !important one uses isn't too high.
by pjj
02 Aug 2022 20:00
Forum: Bugs
Topic: Bad regexes in the new css.syx
Replies: 0
Views: 74

Bad regexes in the new css.syx

According to W3C, In CSS, identifiers (including element names, classes, and IDs in selectors) can contain only the characters [a-zA-Z0-9] and ISO 10646 characters U+00A0 and higher, plus the hyphen (-) and the underscore (_); they cannot start with a digit, two hyphens, or a hyphen followed by a di...
by pjj
02 Aug 2022 09:18
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks
Replies: 35
Views: 864

Re: Some CSS highlighter quirks

I'm guessing this is due to padding-block-start being a relatively new property. Thing is, it got through to one list of properties (autocompletion, Ctrl+Space), but not to another (highlighter). My humble suggestion would be to make a system that e.g. list of properties is imported once and fuels ...
by pjj
02 Aug 2022 08:53
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks
Replies: 35
Views: 864

Re: Some CSS highlighter quirks

New css.syx works much better, thank you! However it still has some quirks, e.g. #id { this is OK: #_Id } a#id { and this isn't: Text } I guess the spaces in the 'property' of the latter declaration are what could easily throw off any regex approach? Along with the apostrophe. Ooops, my bad; what I...
by pjj
02 Aug 2022 08:45
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks
Replies: 35
Views: 864

Re: FIXED? Some CSS highlighter quirks

@pjj have you played around with other editors of late? Can't say I have. Could be worth having a go though. I must say I have had temptations to install VS Code :oops: and while searching for Tree-sitter stuff I thought I might go on and install Neovim. So far I have bravely resist these enticemen...