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by dustwalker
07 Jul 2020 14:17
Forum: Bugs
Topic: ??? "run script when file is opened" only recognizes some ways to open a file
Replies: 2
Views: 783

Re: ??? "run script when file is opened" only recognizes some ways to open a file

I am running version 14.52 (64-bit). Maybe the fault is in my scripts. I will check them, although it might take a while.

Thanks
by dustwalker
10 Jun 2020 14:14
Forum: Bugs
Topic: ??? "run script when file is opened" only recognizes some ways to open a file
Replies: 2
Views: 783

??? "run script when file is opened" only recognizes some ways to open a file

Hi, The "run script... when file is opened" option works when the target file is opened by `TextEd.exe` "File/Open" command. However, if I drag a file to the `TextEd.exe` window, or double-click a file associated with `TextEd.exe`, or use `TextEd.exe` shell extension... the file opens in `TextEd.exe...
by dustwalker
03 Apr 2020 13:36
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED? Word wrap issue
Replies: 5
Views: 1803

Re: FIXED? Word wrap issue

Hi, I have RJ TextED options "Always set word wrap for new documents", "Save word wrap state", "Indent wrapped lines", and "word wrap at window edge" selected. When I open a file, most of the time is word wrapped (as I want), but its word wrap goes beyond the window edge, almost as if it were overla...
by dustwalker
29 Jun 2018 10:34
Forum: Bugs
Topic: FIXED? "Text to find" panel is frequently too thin
Replies: 1
Views: 1703

FIXED? "Text to find" panel is frequently too thin

Hi, I am using RJ TextEd 32 bit 13.20 (update 13.25 failed). The "find toolbar" that shows at the bottom of RJ TextEd when I write CTRL-F has a dead grey area to the right. It also has rather wide "Find Next" and "Find All" buttons, and a rather wide panel with the options "Selected text", "Current ...
by dustwalker
06 Oct 2013 16:43
Forum: Scripts
Topic: Script with regex worked in RJ TextEd 8.65 but fails in 8.70
Replies: 3
Views: 8197

Re: Script with regex worked in RJ TextEd 8.65 but fails in

Thanks,
As soon as I corrected the penultimate argument of Document.ReplaceAll() the script line worked. I have replaced it by your own line, however, because your line is neater.

Note: I replaced your line's double quotes by single quotes, because my script syntax is Pascal.

Best regards
by dustwalker
05 Oct 2013 21:58
Forum: Scripts
Topic: Script with regex worked in RJ TextEd 8.65 but fails in 8.70
Replies: 3
Views: 8197

Script with regex worked in RJ TextEd 8.65 but fails in 8.70

Hi, I have three Pascal scripts that include the following line: Document.ReplaceAll(#13#10+#13#10+'(\r\n)+',#13#10+#13#10,False,False,False,True); The purpose of this line is to replace three or more consecutive carriage returns for just two carriage returns. In RJ TextEd 8.65 (and in earlier versi...
by dustwalker
31 May 2012 00:40
Forum: Syntax files
Topic: The "Add/Remove Comment" command should use indention
Replies: 3
Views: 9340

Re: The "Add/Remove Comment" command should use indention

I misunderstood the "Add/Remove Comment" command. I noticed that if I used it several times, it alternated between adding and removing the "comment character". Also, it used the "comment line character", instead of "begin comment block" and "end comment block" characters. So, I assumed that its purp...
by dustwalker
29 May 2012 23:27
Forum: Syntax files
Topic: The "Add/Remove Comment" command should use indention
Replies: 3
Views: 9340

The "Add/Remove Comment" command should use indention

Hi, This is a minor issue. The "Add/Remove Comment" or "Block Comments" command (CTRL+') puts or removes a "comment out" character at the very beginning of the selected lines. However, many source code lines have "comment out" characters preceded by spaces. The "Add/Remove Comment" command fails in ...
by dustwalker
17 Mar 2012 20:41
Forum: Scripts
Topic: Help with/for Scripting
Replies: 9
Views: 13856

Re: Help with/for Scripting

If you do a regex search in RJ TextEd, and then run a script, the script's Document.ReplaceAll() lines will use regex. In older versions of RJ TextEd, you did not have to do a regex search, only to activate the RJ TextEd's button, but it changed at some point.

Regards
by dustwalker
13 Jul 2011 06:30
Forum: Scripts
Topic: var1 := Document.ReplaceAll does not work
Replies: 7
Views: 7975

Re: var1 := Document.ReplaceAll does not work

Version 7.50 is working.

Thank you and best regards
by dustwalker
07 Jul 2011 19:36
Forum: Scripts
Topic: var1 := Document.ReplaceAll does not work
Replies: 7
Views: 7975

Re: var1 := Document.ReplaceAll does not work

I downloaded the install file again. The command prompt program FC confirmed that this download and the previous one are identical. I Installed one of them in a clean "Windows XP Mode" virtual machine running under VMWare. I got the same behavior as in my main Windows 7 install. Document.ReplaceAll ...
by dustwalker
29 Jun 2011 01:15
Forum: Scripts
Topic: var1 := Document.ReplaceAll does not work
Replies: 7
Views: 7975

Re: var1 := Document.ReplaceAll does not work

Hello again,
I have updated RJ TextEd to version 7.43, and I still have the same problem.

Regards
by dustwalker
13 Jun 2011 16:47
Forum: Scripts
Topic: var1 := Document.ReplaceAll does not work
Replies: 7
Views: 7975

Thank you for your fast response. And congratulations for the best text editor I have ever seen.

Best regards
by dustwalker
08 Jun 2011 17:55
Forum: Scripts
Topic: var1 := Document.ReplaceAll does not work
Replies: 7
Views: 7975

var1 := Document.ReplaceAll does not work

According to TextEd's Help, the document objects LineCount and ReplaceAll both generate integer outputs. I can assign LineCount's output to a variable, but not ReplaceAll's. Why? For example: // Pascal script // Global variables var var1, var2 : Integer; // Enter code here begin var1 := Document.Lin...