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by pjj
15 Aug 2022 09:11
Forum: Development - Beta Versions
Topic: Version 15.60 beta 1
Replies: 5
Views: 56

Re: Version 15.60 beta 1

My Goodness Why Didn't I Think of That :? http://www.quickmeme.com/img/1a/1a85007573d55fa0ba1a79a49a23d3d13ff231c6756efbd64b3fc80732c30ba7.jpg Anyway, if you select some text and then drag'n'drop it, mini toolbar appears in the top left corner of the document area, and not just above the (dropped) ...
by pjj
14 Aug 2022 14:02
Forum: Development - Beta Versions
Topic: Version 15.60 beta 1
Replies: 5
Views: 56

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: 17
Views: 313

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: 17
Views: 313

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: 106

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: 106

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: 887

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: 887

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: 887

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: 887

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: 887

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: 887

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: 79

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: 887

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: 887

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...